The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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There are rich pickings here, with a little effort.
An enchantingly shot visual essay from Jessica Oreck about the sylvan soul of Eastern Europe.
A poetic, mesmerizing fusion of fairy tale and cultural commentary from director Jessica Oreck.
The film plays a single note, but it's satisfyingly off-key and is delivered in a range of volumes and textures.
You'll leave both enlightened and scratching your head, but you'll really have seen something.
The film becomes akin to variations on a theme, executed with visual finesse, and enhanced by its many rich textures.
More myth than documentary, The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga is a razor-sharp gust of wind gearing for the soul of Eastern Europe and humankind at large.
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