The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The film is ultimately a redemptive story, but one that's been finely crafted and plainly told.
What Canadian filmmaker Christy Garland does is let this true-life story unfold in a naturalistic way, refusing to take sides in the ongoing and intractable Middle East conflict.
Walaa's brio, and the sense of intimacy Garland achieves, gives the film an appealing directness ...
Christy Garland's film about a woman who wants to join the Palestinian Security Forces is an observant, empathetic documentary.
We don't learn a whole lot about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict here, but other docs have covered that in spades. This one chooses a narrow focus, and delivers with crystal clarity.
Canadian filmmaker Christy Garland charts Walaa's growth over six years, capturing domestic spaces and the lives they nourish that is contrasted with the parade ground displays and eventual field training. This is about more than a career choice.
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