Slow and methodical. Beautifully shot and constructed. Sure the preview was misleading, but I loved what the film really was more then what it was marketed as.
While processing the death of his father, a man comes to terms with love, identity, history and a talking dog.
Human, epic, gut-wrenching, ruthless, Melville. Army of Shadows proves that, while the other Frenchmen were making important art films, Jean-Pierre was crafting some of the most sophisticated movie films of his time.