Mary Poppins Returns
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A well-acted but dreary drama of clashing cultures.
The story, scripted by Bernard Émond, is so spare, and its world is so bleak, that Ungalaaq's performance seems to take place in a void.
This gorgeous and affecting drama makes a strong case for the simple restorative power of communication.
Combines poignancy with realism for a touching yet not overly sentimental exploration of an Inuit man and boy's deep need for family and tradition in a Quebec TB ward.
A great bit of film making that truly makes one reflect on one's definition of civilization and the true society to bring out happiness.
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