Why Don't You Just Die!

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'Why Don't You Just Die!' isn't just cinema, it's blunt force drama par excellence!'

With grisly humour blacker than Stalin's heart, and the ghastly excesses of Rasputin's wrong-headed repertoire, the visually exciting, persistently playful, gallopingly gory, diabolically deadpan, audaciously blood-drenched thriller is a cordite-sharp breath of fresh despair, like 'Blood Simple' before it, 'Why Don't You Just Die!' has a relentless, glasspaper dry wit, a seismically sanguineous brutality, and a wickedly warped mystery at its immoral, crime-calcified core which maintains a murderously vice-like grip throughout. Fundamentally a terminally twisted immorality tale, wherein dangerous duplicity, unleavened greed, and old fashioned barbarism frequently confounds our young handsome hero's especially grievous undertaking. Ostensibly tasked by his vulpine, witheringly attractive, strong-willed girlfriend Olya (Evgeniya Kregzhde) to kill her brutal, slovenly cop father Andrey (Vitaliy Khaev), and not long after brave young Matvey (Aleksandr Kuznetsov) has fatefully struck his first heroic hammer blow of justice, the splendidly dynamic director Kirill Sokolov gorily unleashes a stomach-churning salvo of excruciating ultra-violence that reaches a bizarrely edifying apotheosis of savagely shot-gunning, ferociously flesh-filleting, boisterously bullet-shredded, bone-breaking brilliance, 'Why Don't You Just Die!' isn't just cinema, it's blunt force drama par excellence!'

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