Colin the dude’s review published on Letterboxd :
That part where Jon Voight second guesses who he just shot thinking he sees real teeth in the mouth. He feels the face, plays with the dentures that come out and he quietly sighs with relief. Finally something went right. Just an incredible little ice breaking moment of clarity. The way the characters grapple with the enormity of their situation, it becomes such a heavy burden, one almost big enough to slip out of their control. When Ronny Cox draws the line with the first murder. Where was his Oscar that year? Such a heavy scene, you're just sweating with them along every decision. Staggering film.