FILM REVIEW: Disorder (2016)
By: Michael Kaczmarczyk
Disorder is, on the surface, a politically charged thriller. However, the film itself
seems to make so much more of itself as the run time progresses. Disorder as a film is
very reminiscent of classic cinema, with notes of Hitchcock and maybe even Goddard
entwined in a seemingly contemporary landscape.
The performances are stellar all around and some of the shots are prolific to say
the least. The sound mixing for the film was what drew me to it instantly, and contributes
largely to what makes this film so memorizing and suspenseful. Disorder is a film about
love, loss, and the pursuit of ideals that are over looked or forgotten. I would highly
recommend this film for anyone who has a deep appreciation for cinema and wants to
see modern French directing at its finest.