Ne me quitte pas

Ne me quitte pas ★★★★

The implied reality of documentary film for this soused tragicomedy acts both as carrot and rod as the viewer feels both inspired and implicated by the events that unfold. Humbling moments of human honesty litter the cinematic road as the pickled pair dredge through dark ravines of suffering and shame, to the point of genuine danger. This, much like Kevin Carter's Pulitzer Prize winner, leaves us wondering if a documentarian’s decision not to impede upon events could prove to be an act of purposeful euthanasia or, worse still, manslaughter.

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