The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A spare document featuring one talking head. But what a talking head and what a story!
Sobibor isn't visually exciting ... In this case, the importance of the story is enough to make up for the visual stasis.
Lerner, barely revealing any emotion, is a marvelous interview subject, relating his story with a calm demeanor and an extraordinary eye for pungent detail.
An important appendix to Lanzmann's work.
The feelings that this simple, deeply intelligent movie produces -- of horror, admiration, hope and grief -- are as hard to name as they are to dispel.
Lerner -- a fascinating man, telling an extraordinary story.
This is not just a story about how horrible the Holocaust was - it's about unbelievable courage in the face of the ultimate evil.
Lerner's modest, unselfconscious manner, matter-of-fact delivery and flashes of humor play a key part in making the film so engrossing.
Engrossing, sobering viewing.
Riveting and necessary.
... an upsetting document, but an important one.
[Lerner's] words are enthralling, triumphant and horrifying.
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