The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An interesting companion piece to the first film.
Nossiter luxuriates in his film's casual construction, as unkempt and unruly as the old vines on the hillsides.
Mr. Nossiter's main point is that traditional farming methods have become revolutionary in a country that, we're told, has grown progressively less agrarian. Mr. Nossiter champions that activism in this mellow, unfocused film.
Intense bursts of information highlight the emptiness of some of the more poetic rhetoric in the mix.
Charming if scattershot ...
By focusing on these winegrowers, Nossiter is able to make familiar but still relevant points about globalisation and the potentially disastrous consequences of industrial farming techniques.
The film works because, even though the focus is on wine, you know that the issue being explored is universal and could likely be affixed to the production world of any foodstuff you care to name.
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