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The Road Movie proves truth is often stranger than fiction -- and opens a window into modern Russian society that's as surreal as it is gripping.
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A study of human nature under unusual circumstances, revealing the often stoic and nonchalant nature of the Russian character.
A tapestry of the absurd.
Here is a film of considerable action and excitement that is undoubtedly real.
Suspenseful and funny, occasionally poignant and often nearly unbelievable, it captures a certain sociological flavor while remaining universally accessible.
Even over the short running time, you can feel your humanity's diminishment.
As if he were assembling a collection of Russian scary stories, the director Dmitrii Kalashnikov makes the bizarre beguiling.
It was never as good as it could have been, but it held my interest briefly.
A 67-minute compilation of some of the wildest dashcam footage you'll see, and while I'd hesitate to even call this a film in the strictest sense, it's a fun ride nonetheless.
Russian documentarian Dmitrii Kalashnikov has gathered dashcam footage and assembled it into something fresh, wild and intriguing.
If you only have time for one film this week, by all means get to the jaw-dropping The Road Movie.
There are surprises aplenty in this Warholian presentation of real-life death and destruction, and it will leave you paranoid about getting behind the wheel.
There is something undeniably visceral about The Road Movie. Perhaps there's a Rorschach-esque, staring-at-clouds quality at play, but the more you watch, the more that you start to see a little bit of artistry at play.
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