Phil Mulloy's powerful short about war, imprisonment, politics and death "avoids comedy in order to focus on the futility of war. Learning from the narrative developments found in The History of the World and The Ten Commandments works, Mulloy paints an apocalyptic picture, one all the more affective considering how this developed storyline allows it to be grounded in its own reality. The Chain also sees Mulloy using colour to a greater extent than before, eschewing the usual black and white with occasional reds for a much darker palette." (Anthony Nield on dvdtimes.co.uk)
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