19 January 2020 | adamsud-84386
I have, you have, he has, they have...
Despite the successes of "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion" and "The Working Class Go to Heaven", "Property is No Longer Theft" seemed to have slipped under the rug. Which is a shame because it is a truly original film and is brutally honest about the power money holds over us. The greed that comes with having and the envy that comes from not having. Even the film's conclusion suggests that it has become impossible to escape.
The film isn't as dire as the underlying message makes it sound. The dark humour, grotesque characters, the brilliant (and at times sinister) score by Ennio Morricone, all make this film come together, making it not so heavy to watch.