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The film title taken from a song by English band Joy Division intensely explores gender identity, sensuality and sexuality in a provocative love story.
Beautifully shot and edited to get into the mind of its young central character, this Swedish drama explores how it feels to live outside the lines society has drawn for you
A tender film handling with deftness questions of identity, isolation and the nature of being an outsider.
Becker delivers a performance striking enough to warrant all the time the camera spends with him.
The film's bittersweet take on young love is familiar, but the gender-related difficulties add something fresher, and Becker has an undeniable screen presence.
Finds boundaries and pushes hard.
Director Bergsmark's romance has intense moments and dream-like interludes but it lacks consistency to be truly powerful.
Something Must Break falls over itself at every turn and, eventually, collapses under its own emotional weight.
Like a 90-minute private moment, centered, in practically every frame, on the love-him-or-leave-him Sebastian/Elle, a young adult who doesn't fall conveniently into a pigeonhole
'Something Must Break' boasts a japanned depressiveness so reminiscent of Fassbender (think 'Fox and His Friends'). This is the work of an exceedingly original, enormously talented helmer who will no doubt shortly be one of Sweden's most favored exports.
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