Go Down Death 2014 NR CC

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Go Down Death

Starring:
Lee Azzarello, Doug Barron
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Aaron Schimberg
Starring Lee Azzarello, Doug Barron
Supporting actors Burton Crane, Rayvin Disla, Anthony Droz, Kara Feely, Carrie Getman, Avi Glickstein, Adam Hocherman, Travis Just, Lucy Kaminsky, Sean Kryston, Eric Magnus, Morris Mandell, Sammy Mena, Tavish Miller, Benjamin Minter, Gina Murdock, Aphrodite Désirée Navab, Henry Packer
Studio Factory 25
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John E Korsmo on November 4, 2014
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"Go Down Death" has none of the characteristics of the summer tent-pole popcorn flick. There are no on-screen CGI explosions, no snarky one-liners making light of someone who has been recently brutalized, and no slow motion shots of a babe dumping milk over herself for the pleasure of the next-door fraternity house. "Go Down Death" caters to a more adventurous student of film, one tired of the same old same old, the kind of person who might listen to John Prine, the kind of person who might read "Infinite Jest," the kind of person who enjoys to be challenged by his entertainment, not merely entertained. Does that kind of movie sound pretentious? Maybe it is. Move along -- there is soon to be a sixth POTC and eight Harry Potter movies to watch and re-watch. But if you are a filmgoer who feels deflated after watching a movie that is, after all, engineered to be enjoyed by the lowest common denominator of the YA set, "Go Down Death" just might be one of those experimental aural/visual experiences your life has heretofore been lacking.

To try to describe the storyline in "Go Down Death" would be like trying to describe how one's prenatal child feels while listening to a tone poem. The film features an ensemble cast living in a woods-surrounded village during a period of war -- which war? Not sure. I'm no expert, but judging from the uniforms and helmets, it could be WWI somewhere within the European Theater. Does it really matter? It does not. In "GDD" war is merely an appropriate backdrop for the characters to do a little soul-searching, although one gets the impression they would do the same during peacetime.
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By H. Chan on June 3, 2015
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Love art house film almost exclusively but this was awful. Visually interesting but painfully pretentious.
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By Amy Kennedy on February 24, 2015
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So peculiar...but couldn't stop watching. Still not sure I understand the storyline...but at the same time I totally get it, if that makes any sense.
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