Greg Nussen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bradley’s Time is as much about the arbitrary nature of time as it is about the fallacy that forms the basis of the American justice system. Time that is “served” and time that is taken away, time that is thrust upon victims of the system and time that is even gained. Prisons are neither places for rehabilitation nor a useful means with which to punish someone, they accomplish nothing of value except for the people that literally profit off it.
Time is both a cinematic wonder and a heavy piece of political agitation. Stunningly photographed and elegantly edited together. Beautifully scored too, a simple sustained piano riff.
Abolish prisons and abolish the police.