Epic 'Santago' Can Be Easily Seen and Handled on a Three-disc Version

New York Press | July 24, 2008
The term "greatness" is often heaped upon Satantango as a fail-safe. It's easier to kowtow to the heft of the thing, rather than make sense of it--that is, submitting its tale of shiftless folk in a rural Hungarian hamlet (deceitful members of a farm collective) to real critical scrutiny.

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