The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Revolution is shown as a force both for liberation, and for tragic catastrophe
Viewed in the context of the progression of Wang's work ... Shanghai Dreams represents a progression of sorts in his attempt to portray migrants in China in a more sympathetic light ...
Skilfully filmed but fairly dull, this drama paints a remarkable portrait of life in China's factory towns in the 1980s.
A terrific depiction of the long-forgotten youth,it will crawl inside you and you don't have to be a Chinese to apply to what these dreams truly mean and focus on.The inches of respect and fervent ambition are but scaffolds for the proletarian class,most of the time their only way out from this bulk of stability.Yuanyuan is excellent in her role as the meek daughter and Xiaoshuai presents another great movie..
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