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David Knight - 2nd May 2008

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras.

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras. Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good. It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed <a href="http://videos.antville.org/stories/1790483/#comments">here</a>). But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn <em>verité</em> one has to wonder: did people really get bashed Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good.

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras. Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good. It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed <a href="http://videos.antville.org/stories/1790483/#comments">here</a>). But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn <em>verité</em> one has to wonder: did people really get bashed Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed here).

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras. Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good. It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed <a href="http://videos.antville.org/stories/1790483/#comments">here</a>). But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn <em>verité</em> one has to wonder: did people really get bashed Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn verité one has to wonder: did people really get bashed

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras. Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good. It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed <a href="http://videos.antville.org/stories/1790483/#comments">here</a>). But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn <em>verité</em> one has to wonder: did people really get bashed Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

A truly amazing, stunning, and relentlessly terrifying video from Romain Gavras. Does it glorify violence Well, did Clockwork Orange, La Haine, Man Bites Dog This deserves comparison with all those seminal films - it's that good. It certainly raises very interesting and serious questions (some of which are addressed <a href="http://videos.antville.org/stories/1790483/#comments">here</a>). But of course all we really want to know is - how did they do it Romain Gavras's documentary style is so damn <em>verité</em> one has to wonder: did people really get bashed Now that, frankly, would be rather morally questionable. But, really, this is brilliant, brilliant filmmaking.

David Knight - 2nd May 2008

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