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How? Why? ...I try my best to refuse this cinematic error even exists. But, pop culture keeps tossing it in my path. It is not unusual for sequels to fail to live up to the original films, but FFC actually did the impossible when he made Part II -- it was actually a bit better than the first part (which was flawless from the start) --- yet here we are given a very bad final chapter to two true cinematic masterpieces. This film is just awful. Al Pacino is so over-the-top it is comical and poor Sofia Coppola is about as interesting to watch as a string of pasta. Just pretend it isn't there.
I was fully engaged and entertained at this curious documentary which allows the viewer to explore one of the more interesting conceptual art projects I've ever seen. Odd and sort of magical.
From a production standpoint, this is a well executed film. However, atmosphere and style are unable to support a film that fails to ever really take you anywhere.