The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The best documentaries give a slice of other lives, lived both well and badly, which, in the right hands, can linger in your head for months. These were the best hands.
What emerges is a sensitive portrait of a man at a difficult crossroads in his life. There's an immediate crisis involving a run-in with the law. But there are more lingering ghosts to do with migration, separation, integration and identity.
It's a big, beautiful sprawl of a film, that spans continents as well as generations.
Tender and loving and sharp and engrossing and somehow unpicked not just a life but also what it's like to be black in Britain today without ever getting in your face.
Standing close with her camera, letting people talk, [Molly] Dineen catches the rhythms and textures of everyday life until people are ready to tell their stories.
Molly Dineen's documentary puts race identity in Brixton under the microscope.
The documentary was tawdry and sad...It all felt very bleak.
This wasn't a perfect documentary, but it managed to raise issues without lecturing.
Dineen's receptive but gently interrogative style was the key to a portrait that told many quiet truths about life in contemporary Britain for the black community.
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