The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This one dares viewers to recognize the sad humanity of those who commit atrocities and the furious humanity of loved ones who thirst for revenge.
You don't always need big or complicated ideas to turn what could have been a TV-ready reportage into a richly rewarding cinematic experience ...
Director Everardo González's striking aesthetic twist informs a harrowing documentary on Mexican kidnapping culture.
Blurs the lines between guilt and innocence.
A risky and honest work. [Full Review in Spanish]
... deals with a terror that unfortunately is very Mexican. [Full review in Spanish]
... prominent Mexican documentary filmmaker Everardo González takes us to the bowels of hell and allows us to look at evil directly in the eyes. [Full review in Spanish]
A necessary film, with a perfect final shot. [Full review in Spanish]
The narrative technique is trenchant and unsettling.
While Devil's Freedom is almost entirely made up of talking heads, those heads are as emotionally varied as they are visually uniform. But even if you don't remember a face, you won't forget stories like these.
... slips through the screen with an incomprehensible beauty, that of simplicity and crudeness, of the Mexican landscape flooded with contradictions, of the haze that both frightens and reassures. [Full review in Spanish]
With this format, Everardo González confronts the indifference with which we are receiving reports and figures of dead every day for years in Mexico, in something that already seems a perverse custom. [Full review in Spanish]
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