The Devil All the Time

The Devil All the Time ★★★½

Antonio Campos’s “The Devil All the Time” is his fifth feature, following the critically acclaimed “Christine” and the artfully made, “Simon Killer.” This is without a doubt Campos’s most ambitious film to date. An adaptation of Donald Ray Pollock (Who also narrates in a beautiful voice-over) best-selling novel, this adapted saga spans two generations within a 20 year stretch. The narrative consists of of two sprawling stories of emotional tales as it aims to explore a commentary on religious hypocrisy, family dynamics,American violence, and ultimately human frailty.

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