In our troubled times, it often seems like we are in constant need of a hero to swoop in and save us. With the media frequently reminding us of mass shootings, societal inequalities and other forms of injustice, it’s no wonder we love heroic narratives in our films. But while we love the fantasy of perfect, God-like heroes, in reality our heroes are flawed individuals themselves. Such is the case with the protagonist in “The Guilty,” the debut feature from director Gustav Moller. This nerve-racking thriller explores the definition of “hero” through the perspective of a man with painfully recognizable imperfections.
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