The material itself is interesting to look at but the resulting whole is a bit disenganging.
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Brett Morgen has disconnected himself from the structural limitations imposed by a regular biographical music documentary and flown off in a completely opposite direction…
Today, when the “documentary” tool is often weaponized as an instrument of propaganda, the sort of ambiguities should be avoided if possible.
“N.U.N.S. with Nunchucks” is a film that features all the things you love to hate, and all the things you hate to love.
From the start, Tudor is depicted with a sense of estrangement: through the veil, out of focus, partly hidden behind another person.
The caretaker is having a hellish time, because the building under his supervision is falling apart, as the tenants pay no attention to maintenance.
When a mouse falls into a trap, a bunch of pious villagers have to decide how to punish the pesky freeloader in the most horrible way. They are trying hard to outdo each other with ghastly kill scenarios, as the trapped mouse can only listen to the trial helplessly from inside the box.