The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Although this quietly daring, decidedly nonjudgmental film doesn't ask or answer a lot of questions, it paints a cumulatively vivid portrait of young love and early motherhood.
"Milla" is a major achievement, a film that is at once as delicate as it is strong, a fitting testament to motherhood, to survival.
Something about Milla's ordinariness makes her worth getting to know.
Nervy restlessness pulses beneath the surface. There's always something that matters that these characters just can't quite seize.
Jonckeere is ebullient in the lead yet there's a subtlety to her performance that communicates Milla's gradual passage from a life driven by instinct to one where she must take responsibility not only for herself but for her son.
It has small ambitions, but comes across as an engaging film that deserves our attention.
Valérie Massadian's Milla begins with a stylistic bait-and-switch that neatly summarizes the film's overall sense of formal balance.
[Director Valerie] Massadian presents a work of sincere parsimony and modest ambition that allows us to witness in just two hours what some never manage to achieve in a whole life: maturity. [Full review in Spanish]
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