The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sadly, the tale doesn't always keep pace with the ethereal aesthetic.
Hui captures the romantic aura of Xiao's freethinking audacity and artistic vocation in poised, painterly shots that seem less like sites of action than like elusive memories.
Though it hasn't the sweep to be greater than the sum of its parts, the movie offers an absorbing mix of melodrama and historical detail.
Overlong and too reverent, conveying little sense of Xiao Hong the person and even less of her talent.
Beautifully made and deftly performed ...
Some writers are shown as activists, political figures, party stalwarts; Xiao, to the last, remains stubbornly committed to her art.
Sadly "The Golden Era" is opportunity squandered . It may play very well in China, but what does it serve the rest of us to experience this fascinating woman's life rendered as little more than slow-moving historical soap opera?
A Chinese Dr. Zhivago. Eye opening biopic fills a gap in 20th century literary history.
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