Raoul Peck, ever-dapper, unfailingly gracious, proud and upright, may be one of the world’s last living gentlemen. He’s also a great filmmaker. How is that fair? Some people have all the luck. Then again, his family had to flee persecution as a kid, so yeah, ignore me.
Peck’s latest, Exterminate All the Brutes, continues his recent winning streak between I Am Not Your Negro and The Young Karl Marx; it’s on the level of the former over the latter, and I think I may have undervalued it in my review. See it for yourself.
You can read my full thoughts over at The Playlist.