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  1. moodwar's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    hello inter-generational trauma!

  2. Camila Palacios Amézquita's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Cuatro historias que, más que de la pérdida de la inocencia, que a estos adolescentes les fue quitada hace mucho, tratan de la pérdida de la lucidez infantil, del encontrarse de repente en la locura adulta, la insensatez, el odio y la confusión. Cuatro madres, bien dibujadas, pero impotentes; padres ausentes, unos más que otros. Lazos que se quiebran irrecuperablemente.

  3. leonclaudel's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Misère et douleur du Kazakstan dans les yeux des enfants.

  4. Camila Palacios A's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Cuatro historias que, más que de la pérdida de la inocencia, que a estos adolescentes les fue quitada hace mucho, tratan de la pérdida de la lucidez infantil, del encontrarse de repente en la locura adulta, la insensatez, el odio y la confusión. Cuatro madres, bien dibujadas, pero impotentes; padres ausentes, unos más que otros. Lazos que se quiebran irrecuperablemente.

  5. Qwerty's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Samedi soir, confiné à la maison à cause du coronavirus. Une discussion avec les amis via Zoom et puis ce film. Une claque. Triste et beau. Un Pays est à genoux et ses enfants se sentent perdus. Kazakstan année zéro.

  6. Stephan Ropert's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    At first i thought i wasn’t going to watch it at last i was conquered by that universe far from Hollywood

  7. Andreas Holz's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Utterly disturbing and depressing. I really liked it!

  8. Mimic Hootings's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Packs a powerful punch. Very depressing, but a work of stark, ravaged beauty.

  9. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

  10. Dries's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    3,5 regista interessantissimo che dopo il bellissimo harmony lesson si riconferma con un film ancor + minimale e crudo. Realmente agghiacciante il 3 racconto

  11. Funda Can Çuvalcı's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    3.5/5. I felt really sorry for the boys' desperateness in a desolate country.

  12. captainfez's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    What'd that chicken ever do to you?

  13. katerpink's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    An original interpretation of the painting by finnish artist Hugo Simberg. World without any hope exampled by stories of four boys. Great shots.

  14. Samuel Wells's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    The Wounded Angel takes you on a journey through the life of a boy who acts much older than he is. And he has good reason to, from working jobs to help the family get by to smoking, he acts more like a middle aged man enough that he wants everyone to forget he is a kid. His portrayal is evenhanded and nuanced, bringing a lot of genuineness to the experience. The scenery is unique and rich. A real treat to watch.

  15. Drew DeBoy's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Bleak, darkly humorous male coming-of-age stories set in rural Kazakhstan.

  16. David R Williams's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    There's little I could add that would not repeat most of the praise already given here. Haunting yes. The Wounded Angel sequence deeply disturbing. The final scene a glimmer of hope but then I remember the young man in the final segment revealing the fates of the other boys and realize how false that hope will turn out to be.

  17. Nova Scotia Cinephilia's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    The stark atmosphere of TWA is built upon post-industrial (even post-apocalyptic) landscapes, the pace intentionally slow and arduous, the parallel storylines bizarre and wonderful. Thematically, it deals with loss but more so of coping. An extra star for its brooding and lovely cinematography (kudos to Cape and Baigazin).

  18. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Although never as affecting or intriguing as it could be, this has an interesting atmosphere akin to a cross between Werner Herzog and David Lynch.

  19. FISCHER's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Seconde partie d'un triptyque sur la perte de l'innocence, cette œuvre tourmentée mais bienvenue intrigue et séduit sans pour autant atteindre la fascination et la plénitude du précédent et premier long métrage de l'étonnant metteur en scène... www.cinefiches.com

  20. SiIencio's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Interesting vision of the landscape left behind the imploding of an old Soviet Union seen through the eyes of children in one of those republics now trudging through harsh lands in search of an identity. The aftermath is arid and bitter for many, there is a level of confusion and shock while trying to collect the pieces and make sense of it all for societies now disenfranchised and wandering through no man's land.

  21. Superfrog's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Lost track of the intertwined stories but the great image, the rythm and the obvious moral parallels made it completely worth the watch.

  22. maria's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Loads of feelings and existential concepts to reflect on. Culturally enriching

  23. Cinemarco's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    Four stories full of symbolisms and ancestral references poetically woven together and beautifully shot on breathtaking almost lunar looking landscapes of the Kazhakistan's steppe. The photography is magistral and the whole movie is visually superb. I really really loved it.

  24. Blake Stefansen's rating of the film The Wounded Angel

    The Wounded Angel by Emir Baighazin is a 2016 pos-soviet movie taking place in war-torn Kazakhstan that attempts to follow 4 teenagers and their struggle to keep their families together. While each boy has their own story, none seem to feel connected as a cohesive narrative. Numerous still-shots and moments of silence make this movie drawn out as each disconnected story line is pieced together by the audience.

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