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critic Reviews

73%
  • At War doesn't have the answers to the struggles it highlights, but proves no less compelling in the raw urgency with which it depicts the modern worker's plight.
  • Matt FagerholmRogerEbert.com
    An exhausting film to watch in the best sense, venting our anger at the dehumanizing forces in society until we are left drained, contemplating our impending challenges with newfound clarity.
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  • Lawrence GarciaAV Club
    Ultimately, At War isn't able to offer much more than gradual escalation of intensity. Even before the war is over, it's hard not to withdraw.
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  • Glenn KennyNew York Times
    This movie is a tough, bracing one for the most part.
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  • Kathleen SachsChicago Reader
    The melding of clear-sighted and insurrectionary modes doesn't quite cohere, but the film is still an ambitious effort worthy of its title.
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  • Ella KempLittle White Lies
    Stephane Brizé returns with a trudging, cacophonous insight into the guts of industrial activism.
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  • Eric KohnindieWire
    It's a theme that resonates for millions, but the problem with At War isn't its sincerity so much as the way it takes its central ideas for granted.
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  • Jesse CataldoSlant Magazine
    The film is content to bluntly affirm that corporate attempts at compassion are always secondary to providing profit to shareholders.
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  • Roger MooreMovie Nation
    Bracing but despairing French labor docu-drama.
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  • Carlos BonfilLa Jornada
    At war has an intelligent work of editing, and a soundtrack that accompanies the dramatic growing of the action. A notable example of the best current European political cinema.[Full Review in Spanish]
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  • Martyn ConterioCineVue
    At War is a gripping leftist polemic about the plight of the working class when faced with drastic boardroom decisions, uncaring lawyers and shareholders looking to fill their boots as the ship sinks.
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