Songs of Innocence: A Review of Ariel Kleiman’s PARTISAN

In the opening shot of Ariel Kleiman’s PARTISAN a faceless man is seen on the outskirts of a decimated town.  Like Christ, he is seen carrying a cross of wires and wood.  In the next scene, the man (still unknown) is seen shirtless and completing a long table in a crumbling industrial space.  It is as if he is preparing for the return of his family.  Then, we are introduced to Gregori.

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