ARCHITECTS OF DENIAL REVIEWED
“Architects of Denial” is a solid documentary that keeps losing focus, then gaining it back. While the influence of people like Dean Cain and Julian Assange make me cringe a bit, the material is still fairly on-point. The film deals a great amount in religious tolerance. That being said, there are not any definite answers other than providing a Wiki style overview of what it’s like for Armenians and Christians still in the Middle East. Any easily triggered person would pick up on some of the bitter undertones in the material. But, I choose to passively listen to both sides. Well, except for Assange. Assange can go to Hell.
- 1.85:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 5.1