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The Forgiven

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During his life sentence in post-apartheid South Africa, brutal murderer Piet Blomfield meets Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is drawn into a dangerous, life-changing battle with the cunning criminal.
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[The Forgiven] only succeeds as an ugly, empty-headed provocation.
March 09, 2018
Mark Leeper's Reviews
The film gives the viewer ample reason to make Tutu a saint, but little reason to make him a dramatic screen hero.
March 19, 2018
Hollywood Reporter
The Forgiven tackles its important political and social issues in an overly talky fashion. The film has its merits, but it represents a significant comedown for the director of such classics as The Mission and The Killing Fields.
March 07, 2018
At least gives the Commission's heroic chairman, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, his due by placing him front and center in its history - though it's debatable whether Forest Whitaker's glazed impersonation should be considered an honour.
March 08, 2018
Los Angeles Times
Several powerful narratives vie for supremacy in the political drama "The Forgiven," but this sluggishly paced film's disparate parts never come together as a compelling whole.
March 08, 2018
New York Times
"The Forgiven" is heavy-handed from its early texts explaining apartheid through its end credits.
March 08, 2018