Ralph Breaks the Internet
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It's a funny film that imbues you with an odd feeling of Zen.
Full of laughter, weirdness and raw emotion, it's a documentary that provides a real experience.
It's impossible to overstate just how intimate Three Miles North of Molkom is. Though often hilarious, it is also difficult, at times excruciating, to watch.
The enjoyably sarky tone conceals a sympathetic and frequently very funny documentary.
It's a nicely judged little film... unexpectedly heart-warming.
Goofy, amiable and often quite bizarre, this documentary from British producer-directors Robert Cannan and Corinna McFarlane is a little gem: it is effortlessly entertaining, and boasts what has to be the year's most extraordinary scene in factual cinema.
Three Miles North of Molkom proves truth is stranger than even fiction the Great Dane can dream up.
Funny, but ruinously snarky, the film, like its subjects, seems to be seeking something it never quite finds. In this case, a story.
Much is learnt about the characters, but it really needs a journalistic presence, a Ronson or Theroux asking questions and trying to get these people to explain themselves, rather than just filming them yammering New Age speak.
One of the funniest, most enjoyable documentaries we've seen in many a year.
This sharp-eyed documentary captures every aspect of the No Mind experience from the sublime to the utterly ridiculous.
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