The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Jude... approaches a potentially prickly subject with his usual ironic humor and keen eye for flawed, fallible humanity.
A provocative, sarcastic, and momentous act of interrogation between the past and the present that escalates to an impasse, with the hands of each locked around the neck of the other.
An experimental dive headfirst into controversy, it leaves you wondering: what would happen if more films embraced the complexity of their subject like this?
[The film] makes clear that you can have all the right answers, but they hardly matter when you're missing the questions and in fact aren't even having the same conversation.
Rada Jude's behind-the-scenes drama tackles the charged subject of historical atrocity at one remove, with the grim wit that is a hallmark of recent Romanian cinema.
It's never a pleasant sight to see a film trying to punch above its intellectual weight class.
A dazzlingly dialectical and daring comedy/drama that skilfully brings past and present together and again challenges Jude's compatriots to face up to the more unsavoury aspects of their history.
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