Infliction: Documentary Style Film has Great Story but Slow Pace

Infliction: Documentary Style Film has Great Story but Slow Pace

Infliction is the latest film by writer/director Jack Thomas Smith and the documentary style film does have a great story, but moves along at a slow pace. This is the director’s second feature, the first being his 2006 debut film Disorder and both features deal with the dark theme of murder. In this film, however, the emphasis is more on familial origins and interactions with all their direct and indirect consequences. Publicized as being the actual footage of two brothers and their murder spree it comes close to depicting that premise.

Author: Mike's Film Talk

Former Actor, Former Writer, Former Journalist, USAF Veteran, Former Member Nevada Film Critics Society

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