Raihan Luthfi’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is why I always hated the term radical. More and more people mistook radicalism with extremism in which they're both violent and violent is bad. First thing first radical doesn't mean violence. And second, even though a movement must resort to violence. That doesn't mean they're craving for it.
Watch this documentary and you'll know that oppressed people have every reason to fight. Because they need to fight back and stand up for themselves, otherwise they'll be dead in the hand of the oppressor. So stop using the word radical in a way to demonize the movement of the people against oppression. We're all radical anyway if you look close enough