The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The truth of the movie is all in the trenches.
The always protean Pabst made a brilliant adjustment to sound.
The thinking man's All Quiet on the Western Front. A coruscating portrait of the transcendent desolation caused by war.
Rather than force common war story beats onto the characters, Pabst employs a more observational tone. His camera was free to move along the surface of the trenches, giving the full wide expanse of what the soldiers were experiencing.
remains a powerful testament to its physical, psychological, and spiritual horrors
Though Westfront 1918's plot lacks the conventional pacing of the similar American production All Quiet on the Western Front, its narrative is thoroughly modernist as a breakdown of coherence and context.
Often challenging for a modern audience to engage with, and never an easy watch, this is one for the connoisseurs and for those seeking to understand a conflict which no longer has any survivors.
In his first talkie, G.W. Pabst plunks down in the winding trenches for a grunt's view of dirt and shrapnel
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