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Directors Quinn Costello, Chris Metzler, and Jeff Springer emphasize their subjects' creativity and camaraderie, resulting in a upbeat, flavorful community portrait.
The film demonstrates a surprising - and commendable - frankness, especially as its creators interview those working to stay afloat amid hurricanes and nutria-accelerated coastal erosion.
Rodents of Unusual Size is also a look at how human folly can contribute to environmental disaster, but awareness and ingenuity can help bail us out.
The film's initial non-judgmental perspective eventually sounds more like a public service announcement...
A bit icky yet full of charm.
A bizarre and fascinating documentary that'll make your jaw drop.
In a way, the film is about two resilient species that refuse to back down - the nutria and the Louisianan.
It really comes out to be a very generous documentary ... because every viable viewpoint is touched on to some degree.
This is a funny, gross documentary of unusual depth covering ecology, identity, culture, class and family through the lens of the life cycle of a gigantic, disgusting rat.
It weighs 20 pounds, has orange teeth and webbed feet-and if you live in coastal Louisiana, it's probably on your lawn.
A riveting documentary. You might not want to eat while watching Rodents of Unusual Size, but you should definitely seek it out.
Eat, drink and be happy. Oh, yes, don't forget to cut off the tails.
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