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I May Destroy You
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An interesting movie about a certain historical period so far, so near.
26/30. Inexorably clichéd in too-much-covered ground; not quite an artistic achievement on the level of other films set in the same period; but, exploring the issue from the perspective of a child and always pressingly realist, still left a good impression. I don't understand much of the hostile critical and audience response on this page.
Beyond the political and religious views there is a junction between colleagues that only could be possible in this kind of "black comedy". During facism those characters would not be able for this ending in real life.
The rivalry between two textile retailers is broken up by the Fascist intoduction of the Racial laws. Talented cast and a great portrait, though the whole film does remain distant and perhaps even gets lost in its own preciousness.
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