The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Like Z's two previous features, it is strongly acted and sensitively directed.
Framing the plot in female-driven coming-of-age terms, with a tortured same-sex romance at its heart... gives this story a fresher angle than most drug movies.
The film steers clear from becoming misery porn by giving each major character considerable depth. Let Me Fall is a dark journey of the soul but one worth taken.
And don't worry, the careful flashback structure will be sure to further remind us of this lopsided binary between their lives throughout.
Let Me Fall is a devastating portrait of sex, drugs, and psychological decay, fashioning chilling imagery that each viewer is sure to carry with them long after the credits roll.
Let Me Fall eschews cheap clichés surrounding drug dependency in favour of a more delicately crafted, time shifting character study.
Baldvin Z abandons all quirk with this straight-ahead tragedy about a teen girl who lets go of conventional life with both hands. Her drug-fueled arc from person to societal object is gritty and believable.
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