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The elements that frustrate can also devastate.
Unintentionally, The Load is probably the best description of the punk soul that you will find in a long time. Additionally, it is a great movie. [Full Review in Spanish]
With The Load [Glavonic] does what Loznitsa did in his 2012 WWII film In the Fog: he makes an exceptional war film that never once shows the atrocities of war, never tries to represent the unrepresentable.
The Load has that rare quality of dramatizing not the obvious evils of a conflict, but the torturous grey zone of how survival can implicate participation.
Built as a road movie in its first hour of footage, the film accompanies a truck driver on his way from Kosovo to Belgrade... It's in the whole of this journey where the film seems more robust... [Full review in Spanish]
[Director Ognjen] Glavonic's film... manages to transmit all the darkness and mournful silence that surrounds its creatures... [Full review in Spanish]
To stare into Lucev's eyes is to stare into the soul of a man silently burdened by pain and guilt. It's a memorable performance that couldn't better encapsulate The Load's tone: pensive and piercing.
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