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I May Destroy You
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A remarkably quiet, subtle film about the personal and economic roots of Islamic radicalism. It's a little slow, but if you have the patience there's plenty to be found.
A powerful and provocative (if glacially paced) examination of the struggles of Australian aboriginal peoples in a white colonialist society that American audiences will find both fascinatingly exotic and painfully familiar.
A subtle, penetrating and frequently horrifying documentary which more than matches up to its companion film "The Act of Killing".
A dull, self-indulgent art-house noir that loses momentum before it can capitalize on a promising beginning.
An epic tour de force that manages to span decades and a huge cast of characters without oversimplifying its complex characters and difficult moral issues.