Boll, in Attack On Darfur, is incapable of holding the camera still. Jiggling, jumping, careening, the camera spasms detract from what could have been a decent movie. I daresay Boll is taking either Adderall or Ritalin--or just plain meth--because who in their right mind would purposefully jiggle the camera constantly? The brain doesn't see the world jiggling this way, even if there is great chaos or motion. The eye doesn't see the world this way,. So why does Boll force us to endure this puerile film making technique? His subject matter is important, his scripts are decent, his actors are good---but his camera work detracts from and negates those things.
And then there are his infuriating closeups of people's faces, the camera looking right up their nostrils and into their ears, without even a full face in the frame. Is there a psychiatric disorder involving the need to see inside the nostrils and ears? If so, Boll has it.