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Now Showing In Budapest: 'The Square'

05.10.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'The Square'
"A married man gets involved with a beautiful woman. She presents him with money from her controlling husband's latest crime. They think they have gotten away with the crime but a blackmail note arrives. The mystery author threatens to reveal their secret."


Movie type: Drama - This Australian import is a dark adult thriller in the vein of Hitchcock. Adult viewers, especially those open to smaller films and no-name casts, are the target. Violence, language, and sexual content make the film inappropriate for kids, who wouldn't be interested anyhow.

Director: Ruben Östlund

Script: Ruben Östlund

Starring: Christian - Claes Bang, Anne - Elisabeth Moss, Julian - Dominic West

Length: 1 hr. 41 min.

Reated: R

Reviews:

Owen Gleiberman - Variety: ”Ostlund, at his best, is a heady and enthralling filmmaker, but unfortunately, he has so much on his mind that he is also, at his weakest, a shapeless and didactic one. ”

Emily Yoshida - Vulture: ”Ostlund’s eye for the subtleties of human behavior, especially public behavior, never fails.”

David Parkinson - Empire: ”Only undermined by a sometimes sketchy coverage of details of the Arab Spring, this is a clear-eyed look at some of the men and women behind the news.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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