The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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An intimate documentary portrait that oozes love and warmth.
The laying bare of one man's fetishes proves pungently compelling ... but so much else about this story, about this life, also lingers.
With sensitivity and a strong sense of humour, this documentary profiles both a strikingly eccentric man and an unusual mental-health issue.
The genuine warmth between Drako, on screen, and Amies off it, is enough to heat even the largest gentlemen's sauna.
Documentary maker Toby Amies finds out more about the parts of Zarhazar's life he can recall - and how he copes with the bits he doesn't.
The heartbreaking story of an unique friendship; bring tissues.
Takes us into the home - and by extension, the mind - of its amnesiac subject, who appears to have found happiness living in the moment after brain damage robbed him of his short-term memory.
Toby Amies' fascinating, very touching documentary profiles the eccentric exhibitionist Drako Oho Zarhazar at the end of his life.
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