The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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One gets the feeling that the script may have been through too many project development workshops, which have left it toothless and emasculated and a bit puzzling.
Much of the power of Chauthi Koot is in that which is not spelt out or spoken of, but which the audience is made to feel and live through.
This is a crafty move on the director's part, as it translates facts into a humane narrative without giving much room for prejudice.
Most importantly, it's an exceptionally empathetic portrait of the human struggles that are all too often buried under the weight of history's erasing and sanitising macro-lens. Don't miss it.
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