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In a sense, this is the most terrifying of Schroder's portraits.
[An] eye-opening chronicle of one Burmese monk's long campaign of racism and violence against his country's minority Muslim population.
Barbet Schroeder completes his Trilogy of Evil with this chilling look at the Buddhist monk whose Islamophobic rhetoric is stoking ethnic cleaning in Myanmar.
There's an ever-present sense of rage and despair burbling beneath the placid surface of Barbet Schroeder's film.
This is a sombre, pessimistic but necessary film.
This is an important documentary that not only illuminates the rank underbelly of Theravada Buddhism in Myanmar, but also captures one of the first major tests faced by the new political order, especially regarding freedom of speech and assembly.
Well documented and passionate investigation of a filmmaker interested in reflecting on the mechanisms of evil. [Full review in Spanish]
Schroeder turns Wirathu, Burma's social crisis, in an exponent of the situation that is lived in the world with the rise of ultranationalist movements. [Full review in Spanish]
Shot on the hoof, under the noses of a repressive regime, The Venerable W is a fine, stirring documentary about ethnic cleansing in action.
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