The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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This is a valiant effort by debutante director Mansoor; a veteran writer / director from TV and lyricist; he makes a commendable first impression. This is thankfully far removed from your typical kitsch Pak-blockbuster.
A powerful drama portraying culture clashes within Pakistanis both inside and outside their country. The film starts with minor issues that gradually gets bigger and goes completely out of hand post 9/11. First thing you notice about the film is that it never shies away from the depiction of fanatic and sexist elements in Pakistani society. Writer-director Shoaib Mansoor's layered and multi-threaded treatment of the complex subject matter is gripping and poignant. The music comprising of an array of genres adds up the impact of the film. I'm all eyes for Shoaib Mansoor's next film Bol reportedly "about Sunnis and Shias" slated for release in April 2011
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