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Re: The Killing of a Sacred Deer
« Reply #15 on: December 19, 2017, 03:34:03 PM »
Liked it. Tense thrilling movie.


I understand what some of you are saying about the movie not moving forward after the paralysis of the kids, but a lot of the movie is about Farrell's incapacity to act. Will he do what he has to do? I like that the supernatural element of the movie isn't entirely supernatural. I mean, you have to take it for granted, but the weirdness of the movie is that it isn't set in a supernatural world—so I love how it is incorporated to the story. And how seriously the story takes it. mother! and this movie this year embodied their ideas in the screen in lovely ways.

Then, I don't know if it has a lot of meaning. It is thrilling. It makes you sick. But do I wonder about what justice is? Or about choice in complicated situations? Not really. But I don't really mind right now.
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