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TRUE/FALSE: See festivalgoers' one-word reviews; contribute your own

Thursday, February 28, 2013 | 7:54 p.m. CST; updated 11:34 a.m. CST, Monday, March 4, 2013

What one word best describes the True/False Film Fest movie you just saw?

Missourian journalists are posing that question around festival venues, and we'll update this story throughout the weekend. Find highlights of the responses we get here and the full gallery in this Facebook album.

If we don't happen to catch you after a movie, submit your review in one of these four ways:

  1. Tweet it to @CoMissourian with the hashtag #truefalse.
  2. Post it in the comments of this Facebook album
  3. Text it to 573-227-2007.
  4. Email it to submissions@ColumbiaMissourian.com.

Include your name, the name of the movie and your one-word review.


"After Tiller"

 

To see more one-word movie reviews of "After Tiller" check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Moving
  • Inspiring 
  • Challenging 


"Where Is the Front Line from Here?"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "Where Is the Front Line from Here?" check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Inspiring
  • Sobering


"I Kill" (short)

Twitter user @scottawilsons chose the word "gruesome" to describe "I Kill."

To see more one-word movie reviews, check out the Facebook album.


"Manhunt"

Mary Zell Colquhoun emailed us her review and chose the word "killer" to describe "Manhunt."

To see more one-word movie reviews, check out the Facebook album.


"These Birds Walk"

To see more one-word movie reviews, check out the Facebook album.


"Who is Dayani Cristal?"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "Who is Dayani Cristal?" check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Family of Immigrants
  • Bilingual 


"No"


To see more one-word movie reviews of "No," check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Moving
  • Triumph
  • Retro
  • ¡Viva!
  • Exhilarating


"Lost and Found"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "Lost and Found" check out the Facebook album.


"Winter, Go Away!"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "Winter, Go Away!" check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Oppositional
  • Stop
  • Vital
  • Cold
  • Productively-Infuriating
  • Chilling


"The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear"

To see more one-word movie reviews, check out the Facebook album.


"Dirty Wars"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "Dirty Wars," check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film:

  • Dirty
  • Interesting
  • Eye-opening
  • Questionable?
  • Overwhelmed
  • Captivating
  • Mind-blowing

"The Expedition to the End of the World"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "The Expedition to the End of the World," check out the Facebook album.

 

"The Gatekeepers"

To see more one-word movie reviews of "The Gatekeepers," check out the Facebook album.

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film.

  • Revealing
  • Intense 

"Sweetgrass"

Here is one word used to describe the film:

  • Bahhh


 "The Act of Killing"


 

Here are some of the other words attendees used to describe the film.

  •  Possessive
  • Brutal
  • Intense

To see more one-word movie reviews, check out the Facebook album here.

Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.


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