The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Leslie Caron has never been more appealing.
It's a fascinating depiction of London at the turn of the 1960s, just before The Beatles arrived to turn the country on its head, and well worth a revisit in this glorious 4k restoration.
Caron's heartfelt, out of type, performance as the lonely lady in trouble, makes the sensitive pic, a mixture of muddle and insight, watchable.
Glamorous Leslie Caron is seriously out of place in this drab kitchen-sink drama.
Leslie Caron received a second Oscar nomination for this British film, in which she plays a French feeme in London, who decides to keep her out of the wedlock baby.
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