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The chilling, morally hyper-conscious film "The Cleaners"... introduces us to a handful of these hidden, meagerly paid office workers, cogs in a shadow business headquartered mainly in Manila in unassuming buildings.
[A] brisk, disquieting doc...
Equal parts fascinating and frightening.
The Cleaners prevails most by shining a light on those whose existence has all but been erased by a flawed system, all so that everyone else can still be heard on social media.
The sinister tone it sets early on, with anonymous employees hiding behind monitors, flattens out into petrified despair.
Smart, stylish doc exposes must-discuss issues regarding the companies who dominate the internet.
With its excellent cinematography, ominous tone and incredibly relevant subject matter, The Cleaners is a masterclass in documentary filmmaking.
The documentary deftly highlights the apparent hypocrisy that governs much of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram's content-moderation policies.
The line between responsible oversight and outright censorship on the internet is explored in great detail in this absorbing German documentary...A terrific documentary, timely and more than a little frightening.
Asking more questions than it answers and playing out like a thriller, The Cleaners takes us into a dark and disquieting world of social media policing.
You'll learn more about Facebook's devastating relationship to the Myanmar genocide of the Rohingya Muslims in the 88 minutes of this incredibly timely German documentary than you will from four hours of Apple News bits, bites and bobs.
Though The Cleaners, which is filmed in an ominous, noirish style, suffers from some unnecessary padding, it's a revealing and timely documentary.
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