The Square (2017)
Critic Consensus: The Square finds writer-director Ruben Östlund as ambitious as ever -- and delivering an unforgettably unusual work whose challenging themes pay thought-provoking dividends.
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as Gallery Guest
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as Youngest Daughter
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Critic Reviews for The Square
Östlund at his best can have his cake and push it in your face.
In spite of its lengthy running time and the darkness of its themes, the film is frequently very funny.
Gloriously cynical and delightfully slapstick - take from it what you will.
Audience Reviews for The Square
A bit long, but an effective critique of modern art culture nonetheless.
Though it suffers from some pacing imperfections, the film is a smart and stylish commentary on modern society, art, and human nature.
Just like with Force Majeure, Östlund creates another intelligent, funny and always gripping satire centered on characters who are forced to go through embarrassing situations, questioning also what Art really means while exposing the hypocritical animals that we are.
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