Christianity Today reviews Michel Gondry’s The Science Of Sleep:
Gondry has an imagination so infectiously childlike and enthusiastic that his art is great in spite of its imperfections — in fact, one is inclined to say that the blemishes just make his movies all the more charming. That’s certainly the case with The Science of Sleep, a movie that flaunts Gondry’s greatest weakness and dazzles in spite or because of it.
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