Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A sunny vacation of a film, a documentary that's as jaunty and improvisational as its colorful subject, prolific Brazilian artist Bel Borba.
The film, by Burt Sun and Andre Costantini, is a celebration of the man and his work - for critical perspective, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Endearing doc focuses on the pleasure of creating over the rigors of artistry.
The directors, Burt Sun and André Costantini, never delve into his psyche. On the plus side is Costantini's luscious cinematography.
The docu ties itself too tightly to its subject, mimicking forms and rhythms it never fully makes its own.
We're left to imagine the hero's formative struggles and learn almost nothing about the history and distinctiveness of Salvador.
Bel Borba Aqui is about one man and his singular vision...a dedicated rascal, unafraid to ruffle feathers, and always true to himself.
Exhilarating, dazzlingly colorful portrait of an artist with the ability to literally transform the world around him.
A fascinating documentary portrait of an energetic and creative street artist from Salvador Brazil.
There's no pointing toward something other than the work itself, no poetic digression, no suggestion of a conceptual dimensionality to the work being produced.
A respectful look at a colorful painter in Brazil's most colorful city, Salvador.
The sequences blur together into something resembling a tourist-office promo.
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