The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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| DVD (3)
An elegiac portrait of elemental love complicated by the outside world.
Brushes close to offensive material, but it has an unexpected sweetness and skill that keeps it from toppling over the edge.
How does the guy come up with this stuff?
Une oeuvre de synthèse consacrant les derniers efforts de Kim Ki-duk comme certains des plus importants du cinéma sud-coréen des années 2000.
A minor work from a major talent.
A painful experience that no amount of eye candy can make up for.
Strange and moody character study about a old man and girl on a boat. Nothing much happens, but it's still weirdly intriguing. Not the best work from Ki-duk Kim.
Another piece of sublime Ki-Duk. Here he takes many of his previous themes (a strange and complex relationship) and joins it with his recurring motifs such as the surrounding environment being entirely water. This keeps are characters shut off and pure. The lack of dialogue is of course present (or not) as is the mistreatment of animals as symbolism. Ki-Duk has perfected his craft and the strangest thing here is despite the obvious darkness to the plot the film is very tame. Again it is the subtleties and slow unveiling of events that really help enhance the beauty of the film, even if it has been done better before.
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