Sean Beaudoin

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Waltz With Bashir dir. Ari Folman — 8.2

A beautiful and deeply affecting animated feature that follows, in a frequently surreal but always unhurried way, the quest of the director to regain memories of his stint in the Isreali army, particular his participation in the Sabra refugee camp massacres. The color palate of blue, yellow, and grey is brilliantly chosen, and the dialog is realistic and natural. Which isn't a surprise as the movie is really a series of interviews of different men who served or participated in the occupation of Beirut. A rare film that simultaneously reminds us of the humanity of both soldiers and "terrorists", as well as the inevitable price paid by civilians caught in the middle.
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