The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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A sustained nightmare about societal and personal breakdown, it presents one man's descent into madness during the Nazi occupation of Poland, though the story is hard to follow (perhaps by design).
A fascinating journey into a shadowy world where the nightmare of history blends with personal nightmares.
Startling,exuberant drama by a cerebral filmmaker.The cinematography works perfectly in order to describe the futile struggles of a person,hypothetically a diminishing figure of his own self-fragmentation.Confused?It's probably a testament on the future of European post-WWII environment,para-psychology is surrounding the picture and a truly innovative film is born from Zulawski's "possession".
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