A Sense of Loss | Chicago Reader

A Sense of Loss

Marcel Ophuls's study of the Belfast situation (1972). Ophuls's documentaries, which include The Memory of Justice and The Sorrow and the Pity, generally move from historical investigation to moral observation, but the filmmaker seems genuinely defeated by the complications and contradictions of the Irish troubles. The film contains a wealth of disturbing information, but it has no definable point of view; it hangs queasily.

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