Review: ‘Five Fingers for Marseilles’ Takes the Western to South Africa
By Teo Bugbee Sept. 6, 2018
Five teenage boys stand in a circle, each pointing a slingshot at the others. The camera follows their glances as they look to see who will betray the stillness. For fans of Sergio Leone, this setup may seem familiar, but the standoff takes place in compellingly undiscovered country, where the rule of genre is as malleable as the rule of the law.