The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Sometimes borderline risible, but even so, one can't but fail to be impressed it got made at all, given the subject is really mostly of interest to design geeks and those fascinated by intellectual property law.
Catch it now on the big screen for the stunning locations, Gray's own brilliant architecture, interior and furniture designs, and Peter O'Brien's beautiful costumes.
It is fitting that the work of Eileen Gray should be reintroduced and revisited in so rich a fashion.
Vincent Perez is a seedy Le Corbusier and Francesco Scianna charms as Gray's lover; but the sparks between the trio wind up stifled by stolid plotting and dense art debates.
The problem is that the aesthetic and the interactions quickly feel stilted and claustrophobic.
The Price of Desire takes a wonderful story and makes a bit of a hash of it.
Too many Cote d'Azure exteriors are shot in weird soft focus that suggests comic dream sequences from Absolutely Fabulous.
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