karsten’s review published on Letterboxd:
There have been several great films this summer that have addressed race issues in America and police brutality and they’ve all done so in incredibly unique and memorable ways. This one seemed to hit the most. Not a film that necessarily feels like it should be critiqued, just one that needs to be seen. Does it have it’s flaws? Of course, but they feel so small and unnecessary to address when putting this film in the context of the world we’re living in and have been living in for so long. Left the theatre pissed off.