Mary Poppins Returns
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An ungainly, intermittently harrowing omnibus filled with moments of piercing sorrow and rage.
You'll get a provocative picture of how a variety of filmmakers reacted to the events of Sept. 11.
An uneven but telling document.
The results are not monumental, but they are a variety of sober responses to the tragedy that help place the event in a global context.
You have to take the duds with the skyrockets, but overall, this odd compendium is an emotionally moving experience.
There are some very fine directors represented here ... but none has fully risen to the full measure of their talent.
The most forceful contribution is by Ken Loach.
Seeing September 11 now, five years after its completion, is a reminder not only of the visceral terror from that day, but also of the sense of shared global humanity that flourished briefly in its wake.
Ken Loach's entry aside, this is a self-indulgent bid to wring arthouse kudos from tragedy.
Eminently worth seeing, arguing with, and thinking about.
the best segments are from the most obscure directors... the big guns mostly strike out
Some were reported to have expressed very un-American sentiments, but that wasn't the case at all.
Gonzalez's short is stunning. It is the best part of this collection which has a generally high standard. Well worth investing in
A unique view on an historical tragedy. Of particular note is Sean Penn's short - very brilliant.
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