The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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To non-horse-riders the subject of this looks like the most extraordinary exercise in masochism and self-harm, and yet there is a kind of fascination in it.
Marloh brings events to life with exhilarating camera work, set to the backdrop of the beautiful Mongolian steppe.
This is one of those uncomplicated documentaries on a fascinating subject that could generate a cult.
It's a visually striking film, and although footage was shot over several years the feel is of one race and one set of participants.
Collisions, broken limbs, punctured lungs, mortally wounded horses - it's all part of the fun, and there's always the chance that your nag will decide it's had enough of you and hare off in search of its herd.
Marloh is too busy racing around the Mongolian steppe to get under the skin of his subjects. However, there are still plenty of twists and turns as the film builds to a nail-biting finish.
You can't help but warm to the competitors' gumption, ambition and a bravery that often comes close to foolhardiness.
The cinematography... is simply spectacular, capturing both the expansive landscapes and telling details about the competitors, their horses, the officials and the locals.
Awe-inspiring shots of the vast plains aside, All The Wild Horses is more like something you'd enjoy on the small screen. Exhilarating yet slight, it could do with a bit more backstory and context...
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