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CLANDESTINE REVIEWED “Clandestine” was shot in a way that made the familiar feel compelling. I’m not the biggest fan of morality tales, but I appreciate the ambiguity of the War on Drugs being highlighted. Nobody is correct on how to best approach it, but they’re all fighting to save their way of life. What’s even far more interesting is how the disharmony between all factions are shown. You can’t find a single person that wants...
January 8, 20171 min

CLANDESTINE REVIEWED

“Clandestine” was shot in a way that made the familiar feel compelling. I’m not the biggest fan of morality tales, but I appreciate the ambiguity of the War on Drugs being highlighted. Nobody is correct on how to best approach it, but they’re all fighting to save their way of life. What’s even far more interesting is how the disharmony between all factions are shown. You can’t find a single person that wants to work together, but does it matter? The answer is not at this level.

SPECIAL FEATURES

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A/V STATS

  • 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 1/31/16

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    Video - 84%
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    Audio - 86%
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    Supplemental Material - 0%
  • 83%
    Film Score - 83%
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