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  • Too choppy to be very good, and even the camp itself lacks a firm tone, not overtly sinister even as the boys sit beneath banners reading "Marxists Tell the Truth" and are assigned to write tell-all essays about their parents.

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    Sight & Sound: Michael Brooke
    July 03, 2015 | August 2015 Issue (pp. 99, 101)

    As he proved in the dazzling Nightmares, Marczewski is one of Polish cinema's most confrontationally honest chronicles of adolescence, and the fact that this is partly autobiographical makes it doubly disturbing.