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An exercise in the anguish of guilt and sin that paints a picture of a figurative hell in literal images that pack a punch. The characters, however, are not fully fleshed, so to speak.
Sprawling, intimate character epic.
The seminal story of being an outsider. Not exactly subtle, and despite its message, still somewhat exploits its subjects while at the same time owning its inherent oddness.
One of Keaton's best that starts out so leisurley and ends with a triumphant set piece involving a waterfall.