USA, 2011, 101min
: Lucky McKee
Pollyanna McIntosh, Brandon Gerald Fuller, Lauren Ashley Carter, Chris Krzykowski, Sean Bridgers, Angela Bettis, Marcia Bennett, Shyla Molhusen, Gordon
Already the first image of director Lucky Mckee's May (2002) the audience greatly become polarised and the same fate met all of his other pictures. The creator of many acclaimed as one of the most peculiar authors of the current american cinema their films conceives as a provocative horror movies camera. While in the typical genre images we're watching characters who have to face something neuchopitelnému, what threatens their rationality and lives, McKee introduces the audience into worlds that are seemingly the same as ordinary reality. But the facade of everyday life increasingly penetrates something disturbing, what is more sinister, the more it reminds us of things familiar. In his last slide, which is famous for zjitřenou the reactions of the shocked viewer during the premiere at the Sundance festival, the director inspired brakovým and botched kanibalským horror Offspring (2009), and turned his plot. Wild cannibal indwelling in us woods this time finds himself in the role of prey when it falls into the crosshairs of the reticle vzorňáckého father of one middle-class family. Like David Lynch in Blue velvet (1986) revealed monstrozitu of the american suburb, now Lucky McKee shows the perversity of spectacularly consistent, and the traditional values of the overarching patriarchal society. The woman represents the mesmerizingly exquisite film, which, inter alia, deliver the perfect symbiosis of music with the image and completely precise overhead. But above all, your mnohoznačnými images of a family idyll disturbs more than mainstream horror movies that are just falling over each other in piling up of explicit krváren.
: Horror Crime Drama