The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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I thought Lady very weak, with little hint in it of the Antonioni to come, which was surprising because even earlier Antonioni, Story of a Love, seemed stranger and more prophetic of the giant en route.
Perhaps the most unjustly neglected of Michelangelo Antonioni's early features.
The resulting cocktail is slight on psychology, but invariably stunning to behold.
One of the better early films of Michelangelo Antonioni.
An impeccable early scene has Antonioni defining mise-en-scène before your eyes -- a torrid kiss is rehearsed on a bed, the camera dollies in and the sketch becomes a fresco, with off-screen whispers acting as meta-reminders.
Although casting a dismissive eye over the Cinecittá ballyhoo, Antonioni is more concerned with the psychological impact of Bosé's lonely predicament.
Antonioni's exquisite film is obviously a comment on the fickle nature of his chosen industry, but more importantly (considering the nature of his subsequent work) a formative parable on society's unsustainable expectations of women.
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