The Killing of a Sacred Deer

"A fatalistic and at times morbidly funny tale in which the sins of a father are visited upon his family in bizarre and horrifying ways." - The Scotsman

"A mysterious tale of family tragedy, revenge and atonement unfolds with the poker-faced poise of Stanley Kubrick and the kind of mannered dialogue that might have been written by Harold Pinter. There are times when it seems ridiculous yet you can’t tear yourself away from it.

"Dr Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell) is a successful heart surgeon, happily married to ophthalmologist Anna (Nicole Kidman). They have two children, Kim (Raffey Cassidy) and Bob (Sunny Suljic) and live a perfect, privileged life.

"However Steven has befriended teenager Martin (Barry Keoghan) and the ties that bind them only become apparent as Martin insinuates himself into the Murphy household. The film glides from having a vaguely sinister, unsettling tone into an agonising family tragedy.

"Darkly comic and disturbing, it boasts some impressive performances, especially from Dunkirk star Keoghan whose Martin seems as dangerous as Robert De Niro in Cape Fear but disarmingly vulnerable too. From the director of The Lobster." - Daily Express

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