The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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A poignant documentary about the transformative power of art.
"The Barefoot Artist" is an engaging portrait of Lily Yeh, a Chinese emigre to the U.S. who has made her major imprint creating collaborative art with residents in areas torn by war, poverty and other hardships.
There is much healing in "The Barefoot Artist," Glenn Holsten and Daniel Traub's fascinating documentary portrait of the artist Lily Yeh.
The film skips around from time and place, a handful of transitions are smooth and natural while others don't fare nearly as well, and the effect is choppy and unrefined.
A remarkably restrained and intuitively beautiful portrait of the relationship between art, its audience and the sadness of both its inspiration and its creator.
There's some powerful material in The Barefoot Artist, but we're presented with only a cursory and unsatisfactory glimpse of it.
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