John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Dunst great, ditto Gainsbourg. Slow moving, occasionally muddled but with equal parts stunning and beautiful. A flawed masterwork that resonates long afterwards.
The interesting thing about this movie is that it is about musicians but that it is surprisingly unmusical. And as it should be since the story is about the impediments to life (and music) that exist for the Kurds. The characters are wonderful but the collecting of the ensemble diminishes rather than enhances the story, which rambles through the stunning landscape but never getting anywhere. Magic does exist: the rascalian humour of the bus driver, the village of the exiled female singers, the death of the musician. A flawed film but oh so much better than most North American fare.