The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Goodison displays a sure, Shane Meadows-like touch with his lively unknown leads, and finds eloquent, cinematic ways of describing their hopes, dreams and fears.
A convincing attempt to give a voice to some of Britain's most marginalised residents.
With improv-style performances, using stories based on real-life experiences, this film has a strong blast of authenticity to shine light on a big issue.
If the more melodramatic strains of the script (co-written with Charlotte Colbert) are occasionally at odds with the cast's naturalistic input, the overall picture remains convincing and engaging.
The subject matter is downbeat but Goodison, helped by a likeable young cast, brings moments of humour and lyricism to the storytelling.
Compassionate, humane, and deeply touching interconnected stories about teenage asylum seekers in the UK, based on real stories and performed by young immigrant actors with similar experiences.
This intense, no-fi asylum seeker drama manages to make a big noise with a very small drum.
Goodison's ace is his cast: when he just lets us watch them, their natural warmth provides all the conviction needed.
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