lec’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Dancing is for people who are free. It's an escape from all of this"
i really need to stop underestimating films like this one, who fucking knew Taika Waititi would make a perfect yet complete opposite impression of Adolf Hitler. Seriously, this movie completely dug out my emotions from smiling to dancing to laughing to even mourning. This film had full of special moments to its beautiful scenes mixed in with the great acting, it was a fucking beauty to watch. And when the beat of Heroes started playing, I already knew this was a good-ass film, dancing alone can make a film great by its own.