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It's excusable for a sheltered novice filmmaker to be out of touch like this, but not for a veteran.
Rising above a minuscule budget with ladles of charm and a tender poignancy, "Little Feet" is a quixotic poem to youthful resourcefulness.
Far from being precisely molded to elicit an emotional response, Little Feet is content to let the pieces fall more haphazardly and to seek resonance in small moments rather than grand, dramatic gestures.
Heartfelt black-and-white production charms without growing syrupy.
Alexandre Rockwell plunges directly into the wildly unpredictable logic of childhood with this black-and-white gem.
Barely an hour long and blatantly made on the cheap, Alexandre Rockwell's "Little Feet" conveys greater emotion and poignancy than most movies released last year; it's also a terrific start to this one.
It's more of a limbering exercise for its director than a full-fledged project, and it's overly reliant on his offspring's minor charms.
This is a micro-budgeted affair of the heart that's never precious or obnoxious, but tender and moving and occasionally explosive in its intrinsic emotion.
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