The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A grim view of post-Soviet-era life enlivened by a compelling actress.
An ethically indefensible choice mars Russian first-timer Kantemir Balagov's otherwise impressively tough-minded debut.
[Kantemir] Balagov has made the best debut of the year.
The best debut of the year... [Full review in Spanish]
[An] extraordinary mastery of lighting and colors, manages to turn each shot of this impressive debut into a truly exciting experience .
[Its] rawness, like the film's mesmerizingly grimy locales, has its own peculiar, aggressive charm.
With his arresting debut, Balagov seems to be on the cusp of greatness, all the more effective for the way he draws upon his personal history to craft unforgettable images.
Tesnota does not offer explicit moral lessons, but its matter-of-fact narrative still conveys a sense of claustrophobia and dread in a racially divided city.
Balagov is shown as a ductile and precise director when exposing generational differences and social miseries. [Full review in Spanish]
A film that raise moral conflicts where the resolution isn't comfortable. [Full review in Spanish]
The richness of the film lies in its perfect cogs on various levels. [Full review in Spanish]
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