Film critic Armond White raved on the new film My Son Hunter, praising director Robert Davi and producer Phelim McAleer for turning "a political argument into a work of art."
White made the point that the movie shows more ethical integrity than the entirety of the mainstream news media when it made efforts to bury the Hunter Biden laptop scandal as the country headed into the 2020 presidential election.
White also praised actor Laurence Fox, calling his performance "uncanny."
White continued, adding that the movie gives a "human scale to the inconceivable corruption we witness but that politicians and media tell us to ignore."
Here is part of White's review:
How do you turn a political argument into a work of art? My Son Hunter is the answer. Political filmmaker Phelim McAleer takes up the subject that corporate journalists have snuffed out these past few years — the Biden family corruption exposed by its reckless scion Hunter. But McAleer avoids the accusation and recrimination now customary in the media. Hunter Biden’s criminal misbehavior captured on his own two laptops is already self-inflicted character assassination performed with such compulsion that McAleer need only represent it conscientiously.
The FBI’s safeguarding of the debauched and felonious Biden evidence — and Big Tech’s effort, with the media, to discredit it all as "Russian disinformation" — is an unprecedented breach of public trust and a denial of liberty. So McAleer’s film serves a muckraking, restorative function. (Produced by Breitbart, it’s been predictably slammed or ignored by the corporate press.)
"My Son Hunter doesn’t condemn Hunter Biden so much as understand him and the nature of his offense — thus demonstrating the ultimate form of journalistic scruples," White added.
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