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Exterminate All the Brutes
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Exterminate All the Brutes

2021
Documentary, History
TV Mini-Series
The path to the new world, an unsettling and intricate story of genocides. Conquest, slavery and the fabrication of "Whiteness". (imdb)
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Raoul Peck's beautiful voice takes us through the history of genocide and white supremacy and dehumanization and it's anger-inducing and incredibly sad and empathetic. It's kind of a mix between doc and personal essay, the latter really grounds the former in an interesting way. Also, Josh Hartnett playing evil white guy throughout history is great casting. Peck plays with music, pop culture in interesting ways. I have way too much to say about this and running out of characters.
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67th
70
Goes a bit overboard sometimes. Love the format, though.
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38th
40
Imagine Christian Bale doing his stupid Batman voice to narrate a documentary for 4 hours. Or Cookie Monster with throat cancer. Unbearable stuff. Also, the acted vignettes should be excised. There was one where a First Nations woman addresses white people saying: "How can you own people?" Yeah but...many First Nations tribes owned slaves. Some of them, a quarter of their population were slaves. It reminds me of Moses in The Ten Commandments: "No man should live as a slave". LOL stuff.
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26th
60
I didn't get past the first episode, and will recommend you instead Peck's two Lumumba movies. I'll say that the archival images of the horrors of colonialism were effective and haunting.
Avg Percentile 70.25% from 32 total ratings

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Director: Raoul Peck
Written By: Raoul Peck
Country: USA

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