Granito: Sundance Review
The film tracks the history of the country, but viewers may feel the documentarian inserts herself too much into the story.
PARK CITY — Sundance has been awash in documentaries this year, but one of the most unique is Pamela Yates’ Granito. This is because the film is not just an investigation of social injustice but a commentary on the documentary filmmaker’s role in the events he or she chronicles. The picture will be a hard sell to mainstream audiences, but it could spark interest from many political groups.
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