The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (23)
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Maritaud's performance has power.
It's a film that scrutinizes male bodies - whether lithely tattooed or creased like crepe paper - with an attentive but uncritical eye.
Raw, uncompromising and yet strangely romantic.
Vidal-Naquet never takes the easy way out with Léo. He's both a victim and a villain, both kind and callous, and we have to try and understand what drives him.
Very nicely made, Sauvage never succumbs to sentiment, and retains a fierce focus.
[Félix Maritaud 's] guilelessness is fascinating, giving the film the force it needs to be a potent spiritual study.
What's special about the film is how it refuses to moralise about sex work, finding tender moments of intimacy, desire and longing.
Sauvage is moving, powerful, upsetting, but never gratuitous.
Sauvage understands the bleak realities of sex work, yet refreshingly never demonises the people who have no choice but to enter the profession. But as a work of drama, it isn't fully satisfying.
A vibrant, febrile and kinetic portrait of love, desperation and hope.
This is a sexually frank and arrestingly tender perspective of a young man in freefall. It occasionally leans too far into the horrors of street prostitution, but it's mostly an open-minded view of its shiftless main character.
There is indeed a brutal side to Camille Vidal-Naquet's directorial début but that's inevitable in any honest portrait of life on the streets.
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