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Ratings & Reviews

  1. José Neves's rating of the film The Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of World War

    Close to Adachi's "Serial Killer", with an image opposed to sound, which is the less interesting thing of this act of terrorism: is by the film-image and not the "message" (film-sound) that the film still exists, by its unusual visual search and not by the repeated red imprecation that the sound transmits. A propaganda act that is, mainly, a cinematic act.

  2. Karthik's rating of the film The Red Army/PFLP: Declaration of World War

    While the soundtrack drones on about armed resistance (as the best propaganda) the images form part landscape film & part work film (bullets being strung in a belt etc). Adachi's credo might be that politics & art are parts of the same enterprise (propaganda machines), but one can't really imagine either revolutionaries or the artsy being being thrilled with this intransigent film - a measure of its idiosyncrasy