The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An impressive debut from Poland-based Swedish director Von Horn, boosted in no small way by the striking, austere camerawork from Polish cinematographer Lukas Zal (Ida).
Sometimes intriguing, sometimes faintly ridiculous.
The tension caused by John's is undoubtedly increasing, but [director Magnus] Von Horn knows how to manage it in such a way that the violent sequences are always unexpected. [Full review in Spanish]
Shooting in Scope, an aspect ratio more frequently associated with vast landscapes, [director Magnus] von Horn often confines the action to a fraction of the frame.
Von Horn plots cause and consequence with patient precision: his tale of crime, culpability and rough justice leaves a more lingering impression for it.
A film where Magnus von Horn built an overwhelming universe, observed by a distant camera that emphasizes the hardness of the behaviors and maintains neutral position about moral judgments and understanding. [Full review in Spanish]
A film where the director reflects on reintegration, sin and motivation, and returning to the same environments after a stage in the Juvenile Center. [Full review in Spanish]
A precise intelligent film, that explores the inversion of roles between victim and executioner, and has a claustrophobic and tense atmosphere. [Full review in Spanish]
The question of whether we can forgive or forget becomes central to a compelling story.
A rural community is asked to forgive a shocking crime in Swedish director Magnus von Horn's quietly charged feature debut.
An accomplished, atmospheric debut feature.
Brutally chilling in the banality of its examination of justice and forgiveness. A deeply unsettling film that challenges the empathy it carefully constructs.
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