Hundreds of people have spent a good part of this decade in dark, windowless rooms, doing tedious, repetitive, painstaking, frustratingly detailed work. Our son was one of the captives. The result is The Lego Movie.
So it was a moving experience to sit in a dark, windowless cinema crowded with hundreds of those people, the staff of Australian production company Animal Logic that made the film, as for the first time they shared the show with their families.
The Lego Movie is already taking the world by storm, but it will be next month before it is publicly screened in Sydney where the work was done.
We loved it. No, really, we did. Continue reading