Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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The psychology of poverty has rarely been so well depicted, along with the inadequacy of the bureaucracy itself: the ostensible objectivity of the law rests on the subjective judgments, even the good will, of the caseworkers.
One of Frederick Wiseman's strongest documentaries.
No one could deny Wiseman's extraordinary sympathy for the insulted and the injured of American society. Yet he doesn't romanticize or politicize the oppressed.
Welfare at times feels like the real-life, ensemble-cast version of a Kafka novel.
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