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Critic Reviews for Rats
If the pic's creepy-crawly photography and colorful subjects weren't enough -- and they are -- a sharp score by Pierre Takal keeps us slightly agitated without ever becoming intrusive.
Rarely has a filmmaker more blatantly manipulated the material he has collected to game his audience.
If you enter this film with the optimism that perhaps it's going to change your perspective on rats, like many other animal-based documentaries have, you will unfortunately be very, very disappointed.
A documentary that unites the gigantic fear of an epidemic that is both a living and unified monster that moves and operates alongside human intelligence. [Full review in Spanish]
A fully-fledged horror complete with all manner of squeamish moments.
Audience Reviews for Rats
Apparently these pesky vermin thrive right along beside us with nary a care as to our feelings on the subject, sorta like The Picture Of Dorian Grey, a reflection of our true selves, only smaller, furry-er.
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