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It is an eternal memory that we live through that tragic story. This story tells about the 2000 K-141 Kursk submarine disaster, which caused a stir in the world because of government neglect that followed. Because of the disaster, the sailors were struggling to survive and escape from death. On the other hand, their families resisted the dilemma of political obstacles and government neglect that blocked every opportunity to save them.
Vinterberg returns to the aspect ratio of 4: 3 to tell us that his speech is over, that we have returned to the oppressive state to answer the questions. Smart move, bright but disturbing. [Full Review in Spanish]
On the mainland, the struggle of women, parents and children is also tense and intense. [Director Thomas] Vinterberg goes from one to the other, trying to give them the same weight. [Full review in Spanish]