The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Firecrackers is not nearly as casually joyful as its title suggests, but it is absolutely as incendiary.
An intense and powerful work
For all that it dances on familiar ground, Firecrackers ends on a pleasingly opaque note.
An explosive debut.
... all-female key crew, [subconsciously] enhances the picture as the set could empathize with the girls and their desire to break-free in all of its glory and ugliness.
Mozzafari and her superb cinematographer Catherine Lutes keep flooding their mobile, off-centre frames with colour and movement, at once inscribing and defamiliarizing both their semi-impoverished environments and the people fixed within them.
While the story is a common one, Mozaffari beautifully encapsulates the devastating realities of living in rural Canada.
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