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Victimhood - a little spoliery
This film should have been a bit better than it is - it's not bad, not bad at all - but it's just not quite as impact-full as it should be.
Some of the dialogue is quite deep and the films message is pertinent - hint, it's not really about neo nazi skinheads, well it is, but it's not really. It's about the true heart of fascism, beyond the history, myths and conspiracy.
What is interesting is that it makes you realise that victims are more likely fascists than bullies - that any group that claims to be the 'victim' is probably nurturing some level of fascism.
It's interesting food for thought but, as I mentioned, isn't quite as powerful as it could have been - just needed that little bit more.
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