Psichologycal Suspense, 17+
Tapi mnrtku lbh pantas utk usia 21+. Sama sekali tidak disarankan untuk ditonton sama yg usianya di bawahnya. Pembuat dialoguenya luar biasa dalam menggiring penonton ke arah kondisi yang serba absurd. Bikin bertanya2. Barry Keoghan yang berperan menjadi Martin seorang anak dengan kebutuhan khusus, jagooo banget... pantes dapet 4 jempol... Ceritanya berlatar belakang dendam berat Martin (Barry Keoghan) thd Sang Dokter Jantung yang gagal mengoperasi Ayahnya. Dendam dibalas dengan dingin dan bersih oleh Martin... .
Pesan moral: at the end of the day, setiap orang hrs mempertanggungjawabkan tindakannya. Daaaaan, dont judge the book with its cover, never!!!
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2. The Killing of A Sacred Deer 9/10
So, so, so close to being the best film but not quite. Horrific, gory, insightful, and engaging. It may be the most messed up thing you watch.
Yorgos Lanthimos, director of 'The Lobster' is back with a tense psychological thriller in THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER tonight at #CampusCinema! Screenings at 6:30 & 9pm. More info on our Facebook event: https://t.co/pVhJNVkwsv
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a 2017 psychological thriller directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.
Stephen Murphy is a cardiothoracic surgeon who shares a bond with a sixteen-year-old boy named Martin after his father dies during a surgery in which he was expected to survive. Martin is introduced to Stephen’s family and is very well respected. Shortly after, Stephen’s son is unable to feel his legs, and after being rushed to the hospital— he isn’t diagnosed with anything. Martin explains to Stephen that he has to pay for his unsuccessful surgery. Within a few days, both of Stephen’s children are unable to use their legs.
As Stephen’s children are becoming more weak, Martin explains there is only one way to fix this cruel curse: kill his wife or one child, whichever one he prefers. It’s all about getting even.
This movie starts off a little slow, but I personally loved every minute. Right from the start you have a weird feeling about every single character. Something just doesn’t feel right. The acting is so strange, yet to mesmerizing. The dark ending of this movie will stay in your head for quite some time.
Overall I give this film 4 out of 5 open heart surgeries.