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    Amidst the chaos of the Detroit Rebellion, with the city under curfew and as the Michigan National Guard patrolled the streets, three young African American men were murdered at the Algiers Motel.
    Duration: 143 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2017
    IMDb: 7.4
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  • Actors of "Detroit"

  • Characters of "Detroit"

  • Directors of "Detroit"

    Kathryn Bigelow. Director of Detroit

    Kathryn Bigelow

    Birthdate: 27 November 1951, San Carlos, California, USA
  • Creators of "Detroit"

    Mark Boal. Director of Detroit

    Mark Boal

    Birthdate: 23 January 1973, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Detroit"

    The New Republic

    August 08, 2017

    The violence in Detroit is gratuitous simply because there is so much of it and it is so profoundly repugnant.

    New Yorker

    August 07, 2017

    Bigelow doesn't have as original, as distinctive, as reflective a sense of cinematic drama as the extraordinary subject matter of "Detroit" requires.

    New York Observer

    August 04, 2017

    Reteaming Bigelow and Boal, Detroit lacks the clarity of their previous collaborations but the ambitious period drama maintains their power to disturb, and question what it is to be an American.

    Christian Science Monitor

    August 04, 2017

    This may be the point that racist violence reduces its victims to an atrocious nothingness. But the unrelenting atrocity, so lacking in dramatic or emotional modulation, becomes numbing.

    Globe and Mail

    August 04, 2017

    Somewhere between a Straw Dogs-style "survive the night" home invasion narrative, Milgram experiment moral problem play and racial torture porn.

    Associated Press

    August 03, 2017

    It's hard to overstate just how visceral and harrowing an experience it is. Detroit is a well-made and evocative film that is also numbingly brutal with little to no reprieve.

    SSG Syndicate

    August 13, 2017

    Sordid and sadistic, it's filled with so much excessive violence that it induces revulsion, emerging as exploitative, racial torture pornography.

    Sacramento News & Review

    August 11, 2017

    The final movement of Detroit feels more like the work of an awards-grubber, and exposes [Bigelow's] general awkwardness with warmth.

    National Post

    August 11, 2017

    Bigelow's recent work is a cinema of big, difficult questions, but its cold treatment of trauma often leaves an empty impression, one that doesn't make the viewer understand or appreciate the moral implications of evil.

    Spliced Personality

    August 11, 2017

    Yes, the movie's harrowing middle hour is almost too excruciating to endure. It upsets viewers and sends them streaming for the exits because it's supposed to.

    The Mary Sue

    August 10, 2017

    Detroit is an important film for this moment in our country's history, and it's one that I'd recommend people see.

    National Catholic Reporter

    August 10, 2017

    The intense dramatic violence in that small motel annex felt claustrophobic. Bigelow knows how to make you feel everything.

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