A portrait about a society broken by the arbitrary violence of separatist groups.
A masterful exercise about the power of force and the rawest and wildest instinct that populations had been rooting since birth due to a wretched state who don't provide nothing but decadence.
good film. I disagree with some stylistic decisions (some slow motion and reverse motion shots, out of place cello score) but it barely distracts from the content. A scathing and visceral portrayal of the life of child soldiers. Reminds me of Gipi's classic graphic novel Notes on a War Story. I watched without subtitles and I'm not even sure if there were supposed to be any, that being said; I hated the ending