The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This two-hander about toxic-codependency from Romanian director Călin Peter Netzer is best in small-moments and insightful asides, but does a disservice to the relationship at its heart by honing in on one single thought and hammering it home.
... a man and a woman immersed in the most toxic codependence. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that manages to stun, both at the best and (sometimes) in the worst sense of the expression. [Full review in Spanish]
Netzer manages well this dissolution of classical time to tell us how a young man and a woman know each other. [Full review in Spanish]
Though Netzer's compassion for both Ana and Toma is never in doubt, the fragmentation of the narrative ensures a measure of detachment which makes for balance, ambivalence and clarity.
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