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Beautifully shot movie which asks us questions about our mortality and morality in this intellectual sci-fi classic.
Euphoric neorealist film. Just continually draws you in to it.
Minimal direction perfectly suited to this beautifully acted and scripted film.
Strong female refusing to kowtow to the patriarchy.
A very fine lead is the stand out feature of this purposefully shocking piece of Art-gore that introduces a new genre: Mental Health Horror.
Intense political and social satire. Bleak comedic tragedy is unleased on a grand Guignol scale as atavistic horrors are given free reign. These horrors are inside us and that's what make it impossible to look away from this masterwork even if you want too.
Profoundly affecting. Beautiful and purposefully very troubling. A masterclass in (silent) pure filmmaking/directing.
Excellent work. Changelings, fairyland and folk horror. Horror is the most interesting genre in the American commercial cinema.
Static direction & not quite authentic performances.
Interesting film. Straddles Psycho and Yank Slasher films. A bit of a museum piece now but especially interesting to cineastes.
Bloody, gutsy off kilter filmmaking.
Triple threat of boredom, tedium and apathy.
Quickly moves from cold immorality tale to schlocky thriller.
Beautifully shot, acted and superb direction.
Insipid direction and a pitiful script.
Excellent performance from Olivia Coleman.
Solid. The Wanderers meets Mad Max meets The Purge.