Far right politics are on the rise as One Nation draws on the discontent of those who feel excluded from the promised benefits of globalisation. This revealing documentary follows One ... See full summary »
Probably one of the most boring movies I've ever watched. Seriously boring.
I get that some are deep enough to appreciate the meaning behind the "nothingness" (if that's the right word) in it, and I guess I understand it too once certain people have pointed it out, but it still doesn't make it worth spending 2 hours watching this. About 20 minutes in, I was tired of watching people sitting under a tree and staring at the sky that I started doing my nails and eyebrows and I still didn't miss a thing that happened. And there's so little dialogue here that I could recall every single thing the characters said.
I do like the concept and the plot, though. I just wasn't expecting such a drag.
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