The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Drama • R • 2017 • 2 hr 1 min
One of the most fucked things I've seen. Subtly alien/bizarre & morally perverse in a Freudian way. Torture to watch, but earns props for it
The acting was incredible and it was beautifully disgusting the way through. I loved it.
Not expecting that. I don’t know if I would watch it again probably with someone who has never seen it. Very psychological.
This one is very out there. Yorgos Lanthimos creates a story that you don’t even realize is unfolding.
Brilliantly dark. I’ve been ruminating on this film ever since I saw it years ago.
Thanks to the "interesting enough", u can put up with characters that feel like a fricking wall. Trying to understand why that is the point.
Was sleepy when i watched this, but shit was gripping from start to finish. Colin was intense af but BARRY definitely killed this holy f-
Bizarre but not insanely bizarre but quite bizarre though not overdone bizarre
just really couldnt get past the dad tellin that shit to his son lol. cringed so hard like bro yo son lookin at ya diffy now lmao
A thrilling narrative around the Greek myth that confront man, woman and child to fatality. As always, odd characters and odder world around
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