The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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When I Saw You perhaps comes a little close to cliche sometimes (perhaps it's impossible to watch guerrilla scenes without thinking of Woody Allen's Bananas), but there are great moments and vignettes.
When war or other disasters strike, children suffer the most. Uncomprehending, powerless, they can only endure.
Here's a story of refugee life from the perspective of a brash and attentive kid, one just discovering - and often rejecting - the political realities grown-ups accept.
A soft-centered child's-eye view of alienation, toughened by fine acting and Hélène Louvart's full-bodied photography.
An earnest piece of social realism from a child's point of view.
Political without point-scoring, Jacir remains true to a child's-eye view, with Asfa's delightful, exuberant performance always upfront.
Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir's second film is slight yet significant - and, because of the situation in Syria, timely - story about a boy whose courage inspires hope among the hopeless.
Gently comic life lessons emanate from horrific warfare in this measured and poetic mother-and-son drama.
Like Antoine Doinel in The 400 Blows, Tarek has a way of using defiance and sarcasm to make himself seem smarter than any ostensible authority figure.
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