The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Contrasting the action with the young man's self-justifying narration, Rohmer binds the universal drama of love and lust to the specifics of one little corner of Paris.
This disc is likely to be enjoyed by lovers of French cinema but others will likely find it too short and the production values a bit low. For myself, I found the two shorts amusing and somewhat charming while they lasted, with the dialogue compensating for lack of production (particularly the sound). The interview is long and not engaging, so I do not rate that. All-in-all, I find the quality of the material to be fine but there not to be enough of it to be worth a queue slot.
The first of the six moral tales by Eric Rohmer, about a young man who becomes inviolved with two women and eventually must choose between them. A Nouvelle Vague, with a short, simple story, but well worth twenty minutes of your time.
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