There is nothing wrong with cinematic acrobatics in portraying a theme or phenomenon. As long as it is connected on one level or another. As long as you do not get the feeling that it is a whole cold table that is overlooked, while you are carefully served peripheral side dishes and spices. Although the Austrian documentary filmmaker Fritz Ofner dutifully sticks to the Glock coat of arms in every single section, the working method is not entirely convincing. It is as if he himself says: "We set out to film something about this Austrian pistol, and this is what we ended up with. . . .
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