The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Ferrante Fever delivers a fan-friendly examination of the novelist and her works, and what it lacks in depth it more than makes up for with enthusiasm.
There's almost no narrative structure, which is not the sort of thing you want to say about anything associated with the biggest name in modern fiction.
It quickly becomes clear that the time it takes to sit through this padded mash note would be better spent immersed in Ferrante's mesmerizing work instead.
Tries to avoid addressing the big question in front of it, just who is this anonymous Elena Ferrante, and is NOT knowing who she is a big part of her appeal?
Like a good book club session, Ferrante Fever is fun because it's nice to be in the company of people who are as crazy about these novels as you are.
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