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Ratings & Reviews

  1. José Neves's rating of the film Most Dangerous Man Alive

    Most of the time there are too many "dead times", with a lot of rhetoric from the classic film grammar. However, when the film finds its own look and Dwan his visual processes, explodes on the screen a poesis of solitude as seldom seen. The final in the mountain is so extraordinary - allowing the analogies with King Vidor and Dovjenko by Bénard da Costa - that turn out to be the final memory (and body) of the film.

  2. Scout Tafoya's rating of the film Most Dangerous Man Alive