A stylistically risky departure for helmer Keren Yedaya that reps a disappointing follow-up to her Camera d'Or winner "Or (My Treasure)."
Cannes Film Festival
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This moving but far from revelatory portrait of a beloved family figure registers as too slight and personal for significant theatrical play.
Film tests the viewer's tolerance for a protagonist whose flighty irresponsibility borders on unforgivable.
'The Descent: Part 2' has less emotional nuance but delivers as popcorn entertainment.
An expectedly arty, uninspiring docu best appreciated by the helmer's devotees
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Despite handsome, saturated lensing, the pic is floored by clunky dialogue, uninteresting characters and borderline ludicrous drama.
A tough, absorbingly intricate account of a young French-Arab thug's improbable education behind bars.
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