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Submitted by shockya 947d ago | review

Let Fury Have The Hour: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: A well meaning and deeply felt counter-culture documentary touting societal engagement, creative response to problems as well as activism more generally, “Let Fury Have the Hour” rages against communal indifference and fiscal self-centeredness, but never mounts much more than a scattershot attack against the mainstream targets and hegemonic establishment ideologies it fixes in its sights. Unfolding in the style of a rather exuberant mixed media collage, however, and featuring a wide array of interesting interviewees, the film is nonetheless a fairly engaging call to action, no matter the fuzzy, indistinct chorus of its melodious sermon to the choir. (Cinema, Let Fury Have The Hour) C+/A+

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