REVIEWED: 3 SEASONS IN HELL (LFF – DAY 3)

3 Seasons in Hell

The focus is more on sexual politics than actual politics.

This article is syndicated at Obsessed with Film. View it here.

Czech cinema is quite typically hard to come by, and so it is unsurprising that when a film from the region rears its head, it has a big statement to make. In 3 Seasons in Hell, Tomas Masin examines the friction between artists and the Czech Communist state of the late 1940s, and though he at times risks succumbing to the same flighty indulgences as his protagonist, this is a mostly interesting, well-shot piece.

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