Son of Saul
War • R • 2015 • 1 hr 47 min
Tough to watch but definitely worth it.
Extremely claustrophobic and brutally sad. Must be praised for presenting the holocaust respectfully in a new way on film
Harrowing and brutal. Made my stomach churn, but i'm glad I watched it.
The best holocaust movie in my opinion, that almost literally puts you in a concentration camp. You’re not gonna enjoy it, to say the least
Intense and hyper-personal, this movie uses a close up compact frame to box the audience into it's protagonists living nightmare. Horrific.
Dark, but tasteful given the material. Bleak with glimmers of humanity and hope
I love watching war movies, that not include any battles in it, just we can see a perspective of one individual and the war impact on him.
It has a very interesting claustrophobic feeling, if you are into that stuff, you will like it.
A very very powerful and emotionally draining film beautifully crafted from beginning to end
Amazing cinematography and acting. The viewer is sucked in from the start. Really artistic movie!
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