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Continental: A Film Without Guns (Continental: Un Film Sans Fusil)

Dir: Stephane Lafleur Canada 2007. 103 min.From the bold statement of the title to the closing scene that completes a crooked circle, Stephane LaFleur's feature debut is a mordantly funny tour of human despair. You don't need firearms to kill the human spirit, loneliness and a boring job will do the trick nicely.The film owes much to the dead-pan, dead-end world charted by Aki Kaursimaki: a desolate and featureless suburban existence where dullness ...

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