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Blu-ray Review - The Erlprince


Writer/director Kuba Czekaj has a fascination with human development. He explored the trials of childhood in "Baby Bump," contorting a ride of innocence as it encounters the frightening abyss of puberty, coming up with an extremely underground cinema approach to the rituals of maturation. He returns to the subject with "The Erlprince," this time graduating to the teen years, which present him with even more emotional open range to explore with his experimental instincts, this time doing away with comedy to create a more sobering understanding of domestic control and juvenile psychology, using waves of science and fantasy to generate required abstraction while remaining interested in the lead character's unusual coping mechanisms. Read the rest at


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