The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A visual reminder of time's arrow and other, more important losses.
Filmed with great respect and palpable love for its subject, "Big Sonia" is one of those documentaries that seems to bring its own light - just like the woman at its center.
This loving tribute of a documentary essentially aims to expand Sonia's audience.
A tenderly rendered inspirational piece about the healing power of forging human connections that wisely maintains its focus on its spirited, stylish main subject.
The loose structure is bound by a thread of motherhood. Sonia's children, two daughters and a son, are lively, intelligent, and deeply affected by their parents' trauma.
Sonia is a powerful subject, but "Big Sonia" brings little perspective to her story.
The story of Sonia's life, lovingly told in this deeply emotional film, proves the resilience of the human spirit, and that love always wins over hate.
In a documentary as heartwarming as it is heartbreaking, directors Leah Warshawski and Todd Soliday chronicle this 91-year-old, amazing woman in "Big Sonia."
It is not just the fact that Sonia suffered ... Rather, it's those details plus the delightfully ordinary quality of who she is today that makes her trajectory so extraordinary.
A perceptive story with some unexpected twists.
Big Sonia is a warm celebration of one woman's astonishing resilience and big heart.
It's an affecting portrait of one woman's lifelong struggle to come to terms with her survival, a state for which she is profoundly grateful even as she is damaged by it.
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