‘blood must flow. blood must flow. rivers of blood must flow’
there is nothing i could possibly say that would be able to even superficially address all the turmoil of pain, immorality, injustice and emotional angst portrayed in this film, a nation’s state of spirit perfectly put into screen. the parables being constantly told over the reconstruction of the original murder, a broken rib, the serpent is not only in a man’s soul, but in everywhere surrounding him too, and what follows is guilt, punishment and death. for sometimes life is too short for the eternity of feelings.
‘there is no cause for despair. when i continue this tale, telling it to its bitter, frightful end i shall often use these words: no cause for despair’