Diamond Island (2016)
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This kind of narrative inexactitude might drive some viewers crazy, but there's an emotional truth to it, too.
"Diamond Island" feels like a little dream; a film that, at the end, you don't finish as much as awaken from.
The film ultimately works more as a social portrait than as a rather classic bildungsroman, revealing all the sweat, suffering and heartache it takes to build one massive diamond in the rough.
Cambodian-French helmer Davy Chou's intermittently stylish teen movie lacks narrative momentum but has heart to spare.
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