The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The overall vibe is druggy and self-indulgent, like a spring-break orgy for pretentious arts majors.
Looks more like a travel-agency video targeted at people who like to ride bikes topless and roll in the mud than a worthwhile glimpse of independent-community guiding lights.
It does give a taste of the Burning Man ethos, an appealing blend of counter-cultural idealism and hedonistic creativity.
Nohe has made a decent 'intro' documentary, but he feels like a spectator and not a participant.
A 'Girls Gone Wild' video for the boho art-house crowd, The Burning Sensation isn't a definitive counter-cultural document -- its makers aren't removed and inquisitive enough for that.
Alex Nohe's documentary plays like a travelogue for what mostly resembles a real-life, big-budget NC-17 version of Tank Girl.
Nohe's documentary about the event is sympathetic without being gullible: He isn't blind to the silliness, but also captures moments of spontaneous creativity and authentic co-operative interaction.
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