WAITING FOR THE BARBARIANS – Review by Susan Granger

Pulitzer Prize-winning South African author J.M. Coetzee has adapted his 1980 novel – a cautionary tale about the sins of colonialism – into a mediocre movie. Making his English language debut, Colombian director Ciro Guerra and cinematographer Chris Menges filmed in Morocco and Italy, lending an evocative cinematic authenticity to the bleakly generic drama about brutality by authorities.

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