Post Mortem Reviews

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August 21, 2012
Unfortunately, as beautifully presented as it is, and no matter how creepily authentic the autopsied and rotting cadavers look, Post Mortem is D.O.A. in the suspense department.
April 11, 2012
Post Mortem starts out at a crawl, but it gathers emotional momentum as it pushes forward.
April 11, 2012
The violence in Chile in 1973 when the government of Salvador Allende was overthrown seen through the eyes of a mortuary assistant.
April 10, 2012
Often drolly, coolly morbid, Post Mortem also operates just as effectively in a more nakedly direct register.
April 10, 2012
A chilling exploration of the 1973 Pinochet coup soaked in metaphor but rooted in dreadful fact.
April 8, 2012
Pablo Larran keeps the army's brutality off screen to amplify a sense of oppressive malevolence.
September 29, 2011
to film ekselissetai se ena eidos tromoy, me akoma frikiastikoterh thn adynamia soy na fantasteis kamia enallaktikoterh, protimoterh katalhksh
September 14, 2011
It's by no means an easy watch, but it's a rewarding and disturbing one.
September 13, 2011
An enigmatic but utterly distinctive and troubling film.
September 11, 2011
It's a bleak film that becomes positively numbing in its relentless pursuit of that perennial theme, the banality of evil.
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