The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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What a lovely film.
[A] melancholic and often touching drama ...
Fukada shows flashes of Rohmeresque wit. But, for all his allusions to art and politics, he is currently a better image-maker (in conjunction with cinematographer Kenichi Negishi) than a storyteller.
Hardly a knock-out, but effective where it counts.
The spirit of Éric Rohmer blows like a head-clearing breeze through every frame of this latest film from the Japanese director Koji Fukada - a little-known talent in this country, although this is the best reason yet to discover him.
Though it may deliver scant resolution, Au revoir l'été is at least a stroll by the waters worth taking.
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