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SiIencio's rating of the film The Great Wall

At the core of this original documentary about Europe's uncomfortable relationship with immigration is Kafka's The Great Wall of China- which obviously is Kafka's. O'Sullivan plays a catch up game with Kafka in order to remain relevant but barely succeding. Because, aside from an inspired obssesive soundtrack and sporadic sequences, the visuals seriously lack the punch of Kafka's borrowed and meditative narrative.