Waste Land (2014)

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When his wife gets pregnant unexpectedly, homicide detective Leo Woeste starts losing himself more and more while he tries to solve one last very bizarre case before his child is born.


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31 July 2016 | searchanddestroy-1
Not for all audiences, for sure.
I won't say any harm about this film from Belgium. It is a film of atmosphere, a film which the director was influenced by Abel Ferrarra, I am sure about that. But I preferred THE BEAST, another crime film of atmosphere too, a brutal film noir from Belgium which the story was not exactly the same however. Jérémie Renier is very good here, convincing at the most and I am also convinced that most of the audiences were disappointed. The ending was not a surprise but I would have preferred another one too. This feature was not widely released in France and I understand why. It as a daring topic where Belgium colonialism past with the Congo is spoken about, and that deserves to be pointed out.

A good film but not for every one.

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