Critic Reviews for Angelo
[Schleinzer's] tartly brilliant second feature is awash with slow-building irony, though as with his first, there's precious little mirth in its devastating kicker.
"Directed with cold formalist distance by Schleinzer, Angelo is the obvious denunciation of the appropriation / exploitation of the Other".
In Angelo, the Austrian director explores and seeks to reverse the old myth of the wild, intrinsically good aborigine. [Full Review in Spanish]
There is not a lack of intense or tragic moments or daring and powerful scenes. [Full Review in Spanish]
In the third act of the film, Schleinzer points out in his sociocultural commentary a dark idea that is gripped by a story too focused on showing itself as an auteur's film. [Full Review in Spanish]
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