The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A riveting pageant of human behavior on both sides of the law unfolds with humor, poignancy and a measure of inherent majesty.
Many varieties of French people are here: natives; immigrants; a knife-carrying sociologist; a young, drug-dealing punk; and so on.
Though it never really builds to a point, the film presents an intriguing form of storytelling, giving us glimpses of these people's lives and personalities.
Collectively, the dozen cases reveal a great deal about class expectations and the notion of entitlement in Parisian society.
Depardon's film is a fascinating study of clashing egos and dueling rhetorical styles.
...not unlike a Fred Wiseman film edited for time and effect...
[Raymond] Depardon puts a microscope on human behavior under pressure and comes out with both a social study and the greatest people-watching documentary in ages.
I suppose it's easy to laugh at some of the film's tragic moments because Departon likens the legal system to a form of human theater.
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