Pleasant, but not nearly as good as Un éléphant ça trompe énormément or Nous irons tous au paradis
Hard to watch, but eye-opener. Been living in LA for 6 years now, but for the first time in my life I feel I might begin to really understand what it means to be a black man or woman in the US.
Yes, it's partial, sometimes repetitive, as if it was trying to hypnotize you into agreeing with its theory (although abolished in 1865, slavery still exists in the form of a mass incarceration system that preys on the black…
Not so much the home invasion thriller you might think it is, rather than a survival. As a matter of fact, we're in the POV of the three young burglars trying to make it out of their victim's house alive: blind as he is, this Iraq vet definitely has some fight left in him. Good character development, with no heroes or bad guys, just a rather grim outlook at the human species as a whole. Tense, and pretty sick at times. Also, the best scary Rottweiler scene since the Omen.