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Sick cinema. Sick story. Sick creators. If that could be called the art and won the prize, we are definitely going back to the Middle Ages.

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Ean James

A brilliant and disturbing film which certainly lives up as the winner of the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes. Yorgos Lanthimos has only made two films I have seen, including this one and the Lobster, both of which are incredibly unique visions that I cannot imagine coming from anywhere ...Read more

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I read a good synopsis elsewhere, and it is just toooo strange for me. I enjoy Best Foreign nominees but sometimes I need to pass.

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Loved the aesthetic of the film. Never seen anything like this before but in all just take it for what it is.

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It's been said that cats make the best anarchists--and the one in this film doesn't fare well. But this is not surprising given the fiercely controlled and reified reality in which the characters in this film reside. Through this dark, startling (and at times quite funny) film, Lanthimos ...Read more

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Such a strange movie. I love it!

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Home schooling?

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They say that truth can be stranger than fiction. I'm not sure what the purpose was of putting the fish in the pool. Also, why did the dad keep hitting the children with equipment? It truly seems like a nightmare become a false reality in this movie.

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