The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The combination of icy landscapes, practical details about dog teams, igloo building and raw meat, and a simple tale built around love of family, is compelling.
Intensely involving ...
Kunuk's film is also marred by suspect camerawork that fails to focus on what is most important in specific scenes.
Shot on location near Igloolik, Nunavut, the film is foremost faithful to place; there are no stand-ins, no surrogates, upon which the drama unfolds.
Maliglutit might not be the rollicking high-energy masterpiece of its predecessor, but its value lies elsewhere, in its meticulous preservation of an endangered lifestyle.
If you thought The Revenant looked cold, Searchers is closer to an icy Hell.
The material is culturally relevant and the mirror-image storytelling ingenious. But this would be little more than a thought experiment if the filmmaking weren't so immediate and compelling.
Kunuk has created another timeless fable of the Far North; a simple struggle played out on a vast canvas.
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