Mary Poppins Returns
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But the incessant reshuffle of props-mirrors, posters, places, people and hardware in sado-masochistic juxtaposition-is often funny. There are some excellent sharp scenes, including an inevitable one among abandoned railroad cars.
Think of it as [Alain Robbe-Grillet's] Breathless, a pulp story refracted with his own distinctive take on narrative deconstruction and sexual perversity.
A screenwriter pitches a complicated story about a cocaine smuggling caper to a producer during a train ride, and the audience watches the results play out, revisions and all. Very dry, very French crime spoof with a hint of perversion (the film-inside-the-film protagonist is obsessed with bondage).
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