The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The artful compositions tend to make the subject matter seem vaguely unreal; Almada's true subject isn't the drug war itself but the apathy of outside spectators.
After this experience, everything else seems trivial. There's nothing like death to make further discussion unnecessary.
Natalia Almada's eloquent documentary portrait of a sprawling graveyard in Culiacán, Mexico, in the northwestern state of Sinaloa
A piece of lyrical, sideways social reportage that still connects an astounding number of dots.
Sharply conveys what life is like in a traumatized nation.
An exquisite study of a rapidly expanding cemetery at the center of Mexico's drug wars.
Almada's attention to sound-the wind blowing across the foliage creates immediate, almost spiritual engagement with her milieu and its inhabitants.
This is observational filmmaking, with almost no talking heads or title cards or interviews with the subjects to clue us in on people's backstories or thoughts or feelings.
Despite its brief running time, enticing title and sociologically rich subject matter, The Night Watchman (El Velador) overstays its welcome.
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