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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Elephants_Gerald's rating of the film The Russian Woodpecker

    Not only the most punchable documentary subject since Zizek in the PERVERT'S GUIDE, but also the most punchable documentarian since the CATFISH team, for taking the urgent subject of modern Ukraine and concealing it behind a pretentious, maddeningly fragmented, conspiracy theory strewn hagiography about a hack artist with – I repeat – the world's most punchable face, rattling off about Chernobyl.

  2. xrystyna's rating of the film The Russian Woodpecker

    as a 'proper' documentary on Chornobyl it is really bad, but otherwise - pretty hilarious and entertaining

  3. Justine Vernera's rating of the film The Russian Woodpecker

    3+1 for great visuals. Exciting to watch though Fedor's intention to seek for ultimate enemy instead of looking for human flaws under such regimes being possible makes me concerned about such message's influence on e.g. Ukrainian society - definitely not the film aiming towards peace between both sides.

  4. Nom de plume's rating of the film The Russian Woodpecker

    This would be a damn fine mockumentary. But it isn't.