The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Those who think that the word "marvel" applies only to superheroes should steer clear of "Hannah." But Rampling is a true marvel here, in every other sense of the word.
[Rampling is] so mesmerizing you can't take your eyes off her. This is good, because there's nothing else to watch or care about in the entire film anyway.
In a film that otherwise operates in a forbidding chill, it's only Rampling's magnificent performance that holds us in expectant suspension.
Gorgeously and at times frustratingly austere, "Hannah" has a simple, compelling premise. But more than that, it has the unparalleled Charlotte Rampling.
Rampling's pale, stricken countenance sets the tone of "Hannah" and dominates virtually every moment thereafter. By the end, we feel so wrung out it takes a second or two to realize that very little has happened.
There is a real seed of dramatic possibility in Hannah, but Pallaoro smothers it beneath the lacquer of the film's fastidiously mannered minimalism.
Rampling's performance is in itself a master class in the quietest kind of desperate turmoil, but other than further proof of her undeniable talent, there's not much else to be taken from this.
A film as sparse as this only works as well as the performance leading it, and I'm glad to say Rampling remains in fine form.
The plot therefore unfolds between the lines. Pallaoro creates a scenario and then removes it except for its impact on his lead's motivations.
Achingly morose, Hannah is an arrhythmic piece of beautifully composed, carefully deliberated miserabilism.
Pallaoro's Hannah is a another strong showing in the genre of Charlotte Ramping. [Full Review in Spanish]
The film is alienating: every frame seems to push us further away from concrete reality... [Full Review in Spanish]
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