Four Hours at the Capitol (2021)
Critic Consensus: While Four Hours at the Capitol may not provide the most cogent thesis on the January 6 attack, it provides a thorough and visceral record of that infamous day's events.
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Critic Reviews for Four Hours at the Capitol
The underlying collective testimony furnished by Four Hours at the Capitol is that the age of Trump has not yet ended - and the true day of reckoning in the United States is still to come.
Four Hours lets its subjects speak without interjection or correction, a decision that seems to respect its audience's ability to reason out the logical gaps.
A documentary that doesn't have the stomach to tell the story of what happened on Jan. 6 explicitly, and to express the real threat to American democracy that that day represents, is of no use to anybody.
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