Mary Poppins Returns
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A captivating look at a man battling to rediscover his place in the world.
A remarkably artful portrait of a Scottish musician's road to recovery following two massive strokes.
Lovelace and Hall, however, bring out the magic in the most mundane of moments, attuned to how important all the little moments that Collins struggles to take back in his mind's possession are what life is all about.
I honestly can't remember when I last saw a happier screen couple.
Well-meaning, but better suited to an experimental short film than a feature.
This sensitive portrait builds towards an uplifting conclusion, where, despite his tremendous setback, Collins is seen moving ever forward - albeit less sure-footed than before - and with definite purpose.
A true original.
Collins' interplay with Maxwell often speaks volumes; at one point they take a stroll together, teasing, bickering and laughing companionably, while the camera records Collins' physical difficulties and Maxwell's controlled watchfulness.
An emotional journey following an artist and man of substance.
An honest, artful and empathetic account of resilience emerges, without resort to power-of-love clichés.
The film really is a love story, and an inspiring, hopeful one at that.
Stunningly photographed by Richard Stewart, and gorgeously scored by Collins and a handful of collaborators, "The Possibilities are Endless" is one of the most distinctive, formally experimental and moving documentaries we've seen in a long time.
A meaningful discussion of mental issues is never a bad tale for a film but in the hands of an inexperienced film maker, it can become a bit of a mess. This appears to be exactly what happened here.
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