In Uppercase Print, the fangs of the past are sharp, but muzzled.
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Screen Daily by Jonathan Romney
Working with Carbunariu, Jude offers a spare, visually striking evocation of the methods of Ceausescu’s secret police, the Securitate, in its pursuit and punishment of a young dissident.
The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw
It is a fierce and impassioned denunciation of evil.
The New Yorker by Richard Brody
Jude, with his multiple dimensions of inquiry and imagination, poses philosophical questions about conscience and consciousness, media consumption and social order, that reach far beyond the case and era at hand to challenge the deceptions and delusions of ostensible present-day democracies.
The Hollywood Reporter by Stephen Dalton
This may be one of Jude’s minor works, but it delivers a quietly devastating emotional punch.
Slant Magazine by William Repass
The film metatextually insists that we not be taken in by new, more sophisticated methods of obfuscation.