Tomcat (Kater) (2016)
Critic Reviews for Tomcat (Kater)
A masterclass in generating tension from the most mundane events, going so far as to indirectly ask the viewer if they would ever truly be able to trust their partners, despite never knowing what is going on inside their minds at any given moment.
[An] intriguing study of a relationship suddenly tipped off balance.
There's a whiff of mild homophobia about it, and it reminded me of the work of another Austrian film-maker, Michael Haneke, in that it basically hates its characters.
Tomcat is a difficult movie to penetrate; in many ways it is both painstakingly tedious yet at the same time it broaches a topic seldom seen in cinema.
Psychologically, there's perhaps something in the situation that's worth exploring, but director Händl Klaus so attenuates the already thin plot material that after a while it's hard to care about these guys.
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