Zacma: Blindness

Zacma: Blindness ★★★½

In some respects Bugajski is giving his country a metaphorical catharsis — pitting religion against communism and letting the former prevail. He allows Mamona to humanize her character despite the label "Bloody Luna" because underneath the hate and violence is a potential member of the flock to be reawakened.

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