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Along with stanley kubricks a clockwork orange straw dogs stands as a transgressively violent deeply 70s film one that still retains its power to shock after all these years 24 rotten tomatoes a review aggregator reports that 87 of 38 surveyed critics gave the film a.
David and amy sumner a screenwriter and an actor returns to remote rural areas in the south after amys father died there conflicts occur between them and the local builders including both of amys exboyfriend charlie leading to a violent confrontation.
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Span classnews_dt23121971spannbsp018332the criterion collection twodisc set of straw dogs is excellent from the peckinpah documentary to interviews with susan george and the producer to the audio commentary track i agree with other reviewers who stressed that peckinpah wasnt interested in solving problems he wanted us to look at ourselves and cringe.
Dustin hoffman susan george straw dogs if there has ever been a more overinterpreted and misinterpreted film than director sam peckinpahs 1971 drama.
According to critic pauline kael straw dogs was the first american film that is a fascist work of art sam peckinpahs only film shot in britain is adapted from a novel by gordon m williams called the siege of trenchers farm which peckinpah described as a lousy book with.