The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Worth seeing, not just for its message, but also for the intriguing way it uses documentary tools to tell a true story.
Veteran documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield makes an impressive leap to features with Ghosts.
A valuably tactless, steady, clear-eyed look at the tragedy and cruelty of the new globalised serfdom.
It has its weak points as drama - some stilted acting, especially - but when the topic itself is so in need of exposure, much can be forgiven in favour of the film's social and political importance. And important it certainly is.
The fields and farmlands are in the prettiest countryside, cellphones provide a connection home, and the support and camaraderie the immigrants share makes it all bearable.
Finely balanced and well-argued, this is a work, which like its protagonist Ai Qin, has a quiet strength.
An extremely sincere depiction of the immigrant experience. Its core story isn't particularly better or worse than those of most other films about the immigrant experience, but it captures certain moments with gripping clarity.
A strikingly well-made film, highlighting a serious issue in a powerfully resonant way.
Powerful, superbly directed and frequently harrowing docu-drama with a strong performance by Ai Qin Lin.
Broomfield has great visual style, exposing-Britain's ugliness and beauty at every turn.
It's an astute move to step back behind the camera. This is a story powerful enough to need little help in getting its point across.
Nick Broomfield's documentary experience allowed this film and it's portrayal of the events of the deaths of Chinese Imigrant workers at Morecambe Bay, England.
The film takes you through the illegal imigration process up until the night of the tragic deaths. The film is not only very realistic, but it's cast is mainly made up of people who have been in similar situations, which certainly adds to the authentic feel.
In addition on the special features, you will find a very interesting 'Making of' section.
An interesting insight into the story behind the death of Chinese cockle pickers caught up in the perilous tide of Morecambe Bay and the life of illegal immigrants working in Britain.
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