Keywords: #Denis Lyons #Ettore D'Alessandro #Exterminate All the Brutes #Josh Hartnett #Luis del Valle #Season 1
Actors Of "Exterminate All the Brutes - Season 1"
Critics Of "Exterminate All the Brutes - Season 1"
What She Said
April 02, 2021 Peck's truth-telling narration is indeed hard to absorb but there's no denying the thoroughness and power of his series.Read in Source
March 31, 2021 Exterminate All the Brutes is a daring, imaginative and defiantly challenging artwork -- one that often feels like it belongs as much in a museum as on a TV or laptop.Read in Source
April 07, 2021 A wide-ranging, serious and powerful look at colonialism and slavery.Read in Source
April 07, 2021 A striking piece of nonfiction work that has the intellectual rigor of an advanced history course.Read in Source
April 06, 2021 The approach Peck takes in "Exterminate All the Brutes" is a thought-provoking and worthwhile and, yes, complex response.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
April 07, 2021 A unique, blood-soaked history lesson we'd all do well to heed.Read in Source
The Daily Beast
April 07, 2021 Peck's experimental impulses, which are at the very least captivating, also get in the way of coherence...Read in Source
April 07, 2021 While Peck's unorthodox approach might not win many converts, the project's existence is, if not quite a miracle, its own kind of victory.Read in Source
April 07, 2021 More than 1,000 years of genocidal events are a lot to consume, but Peck creates a cohesive journey that shows how original sins manifest into present-day racial injustices.Read in Source
April 07, 2021 Peck is working on a grand scale and a sort of geologic time, measuring our history in acts of cruelty. He does so with a visual imagination and an unblinking-ness that will leave those viewers who are up for the challenge dazzled and, perhaps, changed.Read in Source
East Bay Express
April 07, 2021 It's a whirlwind of meaning about how the world got this way, a moral and philosophical appeal to reason, wrapped up in a documentary best viewed unhurriedly, in order to let it all sink in.Read in Source
New York Times
April 06, 2021 Unrelenting in its critique, but it's also more muted in tone than that title might suggest. Peck's slightly droning narration contributes to that effect, as does an approach that's more free-associative than truly essayistic.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...