Transit (review)

Transit (review)
Transit (review)
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A lot about this narrative is never explained. For starters, an invading nation is occupying cities in France, but it’s modern day (more or less, there are no cell phones or computers). A man is tasked with carrying papers by an acclaimed writer to Marseille, but he becomes involved in a confusing and contrived combination of relationships. Even with the questions, I was willing to see where it went, but the plot kept folding in on itself. Then, there are elements (like a narration) that make it even more obtuse. Some might be up for deciphering the layers of mystery, but I just found it weird and unfulfilling. In German and French with subtitles. (Criterion Cinemas only)


2 out of 5 stars (2 / 5)


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