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О книге «Реквием по шестой роте 2007»
Mostly, it's only possible to define characters in terms of their interrelationships: the girl whose ex-boyfriend beat up the nerd whose brother is friends with the cop who is trying to comfort the woman whose husband and boy are missing.
Only one character, the closest we get to a protagonist, really sticks out in my mind, and that is because he is named "Dallas" in an ill-advised reference to the Ridley Scott movie.
Also, he is played by Steven Pasquale, and must therefore pass as the film's "name" actor.
Otherwise, it's strictly a panoply of day-players and TV character actors.
In a film bursting with conspicuous flaws, the most obvious is that we are stuck watching an endlessly unappealing series of minidramas, primarily the sub-sub-sub- tale of pretty Jesse (Kristen Hager) and pretty Ricky (Johnny Lewis) who has a not-secret crush on her.
Other than that, it's all flat as a pancake, without any tension or good scares, without any gore of even the slightest creativity beyond, "the kids like gore, right? Although maybe I shouldn't say that: cinematographer Daniel C.
Pearl smuggles in quite a few shots that have their own individual beauty as abstract images, and that gives you something nice to look at, even though by and large, the film's look and the film's narrative don't go much hand-in-hand.