This movie feels like a pulsating exposed nerve, slicing into the world of socio-political commentary with raw, unfiltered emotions of both adolescent rage and wise self-inflection.
It deals with a timeless and universal issue, but presents it in a way that is very true to it’s specific backdrop, with incredible authenticity.
It pulls you into this world of hatred and national discontent with inventive filmmaking and characters so real you forget their actors, taking you through this day in the life building up to an absolutely heart-breaking climax.
It portrays its message with honesty and grit, never sugar coating the environment that the three protagonists find themselves in. And peppered throughout is hilarious banter that doesn’t seem out of place at all.
One of the most shocking and jarring movies I’ve seen in a while. But definitely one of the best ever, I say that with confidence.