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Cockfight is a feisty movie full of unexpected angles and ideas. Filmmakers Tiller Russell and Loren Mendell obviously have an affinity for their characters and so are able to bring them out in a method that normal documentaries seem to avoid. Obviously, their topics sensed this and were very launch with them even when participating in illegal activities. Cockfight is not judgmental or preachy; instead it takes a true look at why folks participate in this sport and why it is so necessary in certain cultures (both in the U.S. and Mexico and the growing blurry line between). They are also not scared to question conventional p.c. concepts about cockfighting. In the movie one of the interviewees points out that the life of a fighting cock is infinitely better on a quality of life scale than that of a Purdue chicken. The filmmakers have a true finesse with the camera, and so one gets the sense not so much of a staid documentary, but of a funky Godard movie and the score by Graham Tracey is the excellent compliment capturing the beauty and passion of the scenes and the environments. This doc would enjoy really well on an HBO or to an art movie crowd in a theatrical release. Definitely as nice Spellbound and with more filmic pizazz.
I saw this at a screening in L.A. and was extremely impressed. And from someone who sees a nice many documentaries, that's a large compliment. It's an insightful, hugely entertaining and engrossing movie that approaches the cockfighting globe from all angles and without bias. Lesser filmmakers would have tried to push their own private agenda, but these guys rose above partisanship, making the debate about cockfighting's humanity -- or lack thereof -- something you can, and do, argue about long after the film is over. The access the filmmakers got to this globe blew my mind. The action sequences of the cockfighting itself are so well shot and slash that you can't look away even when you wish to. These guys bring you into backalley wars and seamy contests and into chicken factories and more...some territories you wish to see, others you don't at first but are soon glad you did. What a brilliant topics to explore. What's more, it was beautifully shot and edited. All in all, excellent. If you have the chance, see it.
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