The Square (2017)

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Directed By Ruben Östlund Ruben Östlund Starring Claes Bang Claes Bang  •  Elisabeth Moss Elisabeth Moss  •  Dominic West Dominic West  •  Terry Notary Terry Notary  •  Christopher Læssø Christopher Læssø Genres Comedy Drama  •  Drama  •  Satire Studios &
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Academy Award Nominated  •  Magnolia Pictures  •  Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film Nominated  •  Cannes Palme d'Or Winning  •  Nordisk Film  •  European Film Award for Best Film Nominated  •  European Film Award for Best Film Winning  •  Guldbagge Award for Best Swedish Film Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best International Film Nominated  •  Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film Winning  •  Goya Award for Best European Film Winning
Release Info 2017-05-20T00:00:00Z May 20, 2017
Color  •  144 minutes NR Rated NR
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Comments (3)

 
nbrimmerbeller

nbrimmerbeller on 11/6/2017 Reply  · 

Brilliant from start to finish. Got to see this one in Cannes, twice, and I've been excited to see it for a third time since then. I recommend everyone see it just to think about the ideas it hands you, agree with them or not!

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hambone88

hambone88 on 3/12/2019 Reply  · 

Did I like the movie? I don’t know.
What was the movie about? I don’t know.
Should you watch it? I don’t know.

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NnaccmNai

NnaccmNai on 4/22/2020 Reply  · 

I want to like this more than I did. I came into it expecting to be captivated by Claes Bang (especially after seeing his sumptuous performance in this miniseries version of 'Dracula) and ended up wondering just what the film wanted to say.

Clearly it's a bit of a jaded satire of the art world. Fine. That works to an extent. Is it also a comedy? Beats me. Most of the laughs I got from this were either unintentional or ironic.

Everything seems superficial. The characters. Their feelings? Their actions.

I just wanted something to 'wow' me and a shirtless man pretending to be a primate didn't do it for me.

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