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Carlos, directed by Olivier Assayas (Summer Hours), is an epic, intensely detailed account of the life of the infamous international terrorist Ilich Ramírez Sanchez—also known as Carlos the Jackal. One of the twentieth century’s most-wanted fugitives, Carlos was committed to violent left-wing activism throughout the seventies and eighties, orchestrating bombings, kidnappings, and hijackings in Europe and the Middle East. Assayas portrays him not as a criminal mastermind but as a symbol of seismic political shifts around the world, and the magnetic Édgar Ramírez (The Bourne Ultimatum) brilliantly embodies him as a swaggering global gangster. Criterion presents the complete, uncut, director-approved, five-and-a-half-hour version of Carlos.
Awesome movie. I liked each segment. Edgar Ramirez did a fantastic job as Carlos.Published 7 months ago by Nick
I gave it 5 stars in honor of its full running time rendition. Amazon here instead presents an incomprehensible butchering of the masterpiece, and I want back my money.Published 7 months ago by Jeanette Epps
I love this movie because it tells the tale of Carlos, a socialist revolutionary turned terrorist who is involved in spectacular operations against the western interests within the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Angela Soto
Not subtitles in English, they speak so low and with such accent you could not understnad half of what they are sayingPublished 19 months ago by Roberto Victoria
One of the best movies/ series we've ever seen. The acting is spectacular, the story is mesmerizing, it is filmed without an agenda and it keeps you interested for the entire time.Published 20 months ago by Jane Henoch
Kept waking up early to continue viewing this film. Hypnotizing, to the point and had me waiting for every next moment of this documentary type film.Published 21 months ago by Jocelyne Lachance
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|english subtitles in the whole feature or only when english is not spoken?||
No, there is only subtitles during the non-English portions of the film.
Jan 27, 2013 by A. Holly | See all 3 posts