Nothing Bad Can Happen (2014)
Critic Consensus: Nothing Bad Can Happen uses its protagonist's punishing ordeal to pose questions about faith that are well worth considering, even if the film can't quite answer them.
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Critic Reviews for Nothing Bad Can Happen
Gebbe elicits strong performances from her actors and succeeds in inspiring a certain sick fascination with the material, yet the film's oppressive unpleasantness yields no new insights into psychology or religious faith.
Pitting good against evil with striking intelligence and a near-operatic commitment to extreme suffering, Ms. Gebbe neither mocks nor celebrates Tore's love for his God.
The film has a lyrical visual palette, almost like a bad memory, and Gebbe draws very strong performances from her cast.
Gebbe appears to be a misanthrope who subjects her male protagonist to senseless cruelty.
Its world is so remote, its characters behavior so unexplained - despite the fact that the film is based on true events - that our connection to the story slackens significantly over time.
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