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When I finished this movie I was upset. Disappointed to say the least. Throughout the film I made predictions to myself of how it would end up. I hoped a couple would come true, and when it was over none of them were true. None. All of my expectations had been subverted. I was not very happy, not just because I was wrong, but because I couldn't understand. I was angry, then confused, then upset and confused, and finally I was distraught. As I began to think I realized nothing made sense, nothing had a conclusion, nothing was set and stone. That is exactly what Haneke wanted. It's been about an hour since I've seen it and I can't say it's anything less than a masterpiece. A true masterpiece. Perhaps one of the greatest films of my time. Watch it whenever you can. It's nothing less than perfect. I gave Gaspar Noe's new film Climax a 10 because of how well acted and especially how well choreographed and shot it was, and this movie, at least in my opinion, doesn't do either of those things perfectly, yet it knows that it's not. It knows what it is doing, and it does it to a degree that no one can question its greatness.
Seemingly false advertising
I loved forged in fire. I'm not sure what it was about it in particular but I loved it. When I finished what's out now I turned on Forged in Fire: Knife or Death. Expecting a similar idea or concept I was excited. What it really is essentially an unrelated show with Forged and Fire slapped on the title. The only relation was the fact that they work with knives. Not only was it unrelated but even if it didn't have the Forged in Fire title it's just not good in its own right. It reminds me of American Ninja Warrior if it had a way lower budget. It really isn't worth it. It's not horrible, but it's a disappointment nonetheless.