The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Three characters with fundamentally different perspectives on loss converge in Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska's Body, whose peculiar sense of humor and competing points of view make for an almost cubist fruitcake comedy.
An exploration of the soul through the lens of a dark comedy. [Full review in Spanish]
Intense in its lack of control. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that evokes the work of Yorgos Lanthimos or even Cronenberg in a more much contained way. [Full review in Spanish]
Thankfully, this quirky drama's erratic tone is realigned with its inquiry of bereavement by a beautifully simple final shot that somehow manages to fuses everything together -- revealing that Szumowska's latest has given itself to you, body and soul.
It's not a film that will carry you away, but it surely provides food for thought concerning the question of how bodies are a reflection of our psyches and of the general human condition.
Don't expect resolution in this bracing-as-Żubrówka little gem, which finds absurd humour in the sheer chaos of mortality.
Tender, impish, searching, and fascinated by loss. Though enervated at times, 'Body' is an inviting puzzle of a film that heralds the arrival of a new international talent.
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