This Place Rules (2022)

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This Place Rules (2022). This Place Rules: Directed by Andrew Callaghan. With Mike Busey, Andrew Callaghan, Alex Jones, Edward X. Young. Follows events and characters surrounding the January 6th, 2021 insurrection of the U.S. Capital Building in the days preceding the attack.

“If youu0026#39;ve enjoyed Channel 5 or All Gas No Breaks then you will most likely enjoy This Place Rules. For those that havenu0026#39;t watched either, Andrew Callaghanu0026#39;s journalism style centers around fringe views, either being portrayed in a humorous or sometimes more sinister and discomforting way.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOne nice thing about this documentary is that Andrew revisits a lot of the people he interviews which adds layers of meaning based on whatu0026#39;s already been covered by the documentary. Andrewu0026#39;s interviewing style is also very refreshing from other interviewers since heu0026#39;s mostly silent, nodding his head, and being nonjudgmental, which allows the interviewees to speak for themselves.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs evident from the beginning, not everything is directly related to the capital riots, and some interviews are more loosly related and meant to be surreal or humorous tidbits from Andrewu0026#39;s experience, which some people might be turned off by.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAdditionally, while Andrew for the most part remains neutral, there are instances where he asks leading questions or injects his opinion between interviews, which is helpful for tying the theme of the documentary, but personally I felt it was a bit redundant since a lot of the interviews really spoke for themselves. For the most part though, I really enjoyed the documentary and felt it was very powerful, especially towards the end.”


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