(The Hollywood Reporter Review) ‘Propaganda: The Art of Selling Lies’ – Thought-provoking, if scattershot

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— by Frank Scheck; Propaganda has a broad definition, and it’s even more broadly defined in Larry Weinstein’s documentary examining the subject. Feeling like an entire semester’s worth of university lectures condensed into a densely packaged 90 minutes, Propaganda: The Art of Selling Lies is consistently interesting but scattershot. The film, which recently received its world premiere at Toronto’s Hot Docs, includes so many disparate themes and ideas that it seems to forget the points it’s trying to make…

Image courtesy of Hot Docs Festival

May 9, 2019 — 06:06


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