The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A sparking, gossipy soap opera that's riddled with emotion and stuffed with strong characters.
Solnicki's spliced-together, back-and-forth approach at first seems a jumble, but of course his choices are deliberate, and they pile up into revealing art.
Papirosen transcends the home-movie genre by being ordinary; this is a look into the abyss that never strays from the surface of its chosen milieu.
A poignant documentary about the legacy of a traumatic past as experienced across four generations.
This distillation of 200 hours' worth of home movies probably means a lot for the family at its center, but less for those of us in the audience.
Gastón Solnicki's mapping out of his family's narrative from within never feels exploitative or self-absorbed.
Although never less than immersive, the documentary suffers from Solnicki's freeform approach, which has a tendency to lack context.
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