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Natdyr

Nocturnal Animals

Instrueret af Tom Ford
USA, 2016
Drama, Thriller

Synopsis

Based on Austin Wright’s 1993 novel Tony & Susan, the story follows a woman whose life is changed when she receives a package containing the manuscript of her ex-husband’s first novel, forcing her to confront the problems in her life.

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Natdyr Instrueret af Tom Ford

Priser & festivaler

Venice Film Festival

2016 | Vinder: Silver Lion

Academy Awards

2017 | Kandidat: Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role

Village Voice Film Poll

2016 | Kandidat: Best Supporting Actor

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2016 | 3 nomineringer inklusiv: Best Supporting Actor

The murky fascination of Nocturnal Animals lies in the film’s inability to follow its own advice. Boundaries become blurred with regard to any number of Ford’s central themes and preoccupations… Ford’s movie doesn’t manage fully coherent or convincing answers… But in so visibly trying and failing to do so, Nocturnal Animals also suggests its director’s desire to push himself significantly further and harder than was the case with the chamber piece confines of A Single Man (2009).
March 01, 2017
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The first truly Trumpist film of its era, this disgusting and absurd neo-noir, by the fashion designer Tom Ford, flaunts its malice and misogyny, presenting them as criticism of the art world and its hangers-on. Ford cribs from David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick, and Sam Peckinpah as if no one has ever seen films by any of them before and he’s doing the audience a favor.
February 24, 2017
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I’ve not met many people who love this movie as much as I do, but I think Tom Ford managed a difficult feat — crafting a nerve-racking thriller but a ridiculous nerve-racking thriller that has to know how absurd it is. It just has to. And if it doesn’t, I don’t care because the picture works — both as an unreliable narrator story, telling of grief and revenge, and a look at an empty art world where we have no idea if anyone is as talented as they think they are.
December 31, 2016
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Hvad siger folk?

  • Graveyard Poet's rating of the film Natdyr

    3 stars for Michael Shannon's deadpan detective whose fatalistic sense of humor is as dry as the dusty West Texas desert, 2 stars for the gritty Jake Gylenhaal father seeking revenge subplot, 1 star for the cliched Amy Adams relationship subplot which is as hollow as the wealthy characters.

  • Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Natdyr

    Films with intertwining narratives (Magnolia, Traffic, Amores Perros) - and particularly those with contrasting tones - might as well have direct access to my bank account. Tom Ford's eye for design is no surprise, and he elegantly meshes these stories together. Aaron Taylor-Johnson finally fulfils the promise he showed as John Lennon in Nowhere Boy - spitty, intense, short-fused megalomaniacs are clearly his thing.

  • Dave's rating of the film Natdyr

    Drew me in completely. It's atmospheric as hell and often genuinely unnerving and intense. The storytelling is impressive, pulling you into the "fictional" story as fully as the "real" one. Impressive stuff and one that pushes close to being my favorite from 2016.

  • André Vieira's rating of the film Natdyr

    This movie has two parts: the slow bit with Amy Adams in real life and the story of the book. The latter is amazing, with entertaning twists and turns fueled by Jake, Shannon and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

  • FilmEdie's rating of the film Natdyr

    Rich White Lady is haunted by a Glamorous Sadness ("What, this old thing? It's not even real Poor People Sadness!"). Sensitive Guy she dated for a bit once has meanwhile spent a decade+ working his breakup-hurt into the creepy, misogynistic impetus for a novel (in which he sacrifices 2 women in a weird repressed revenge-fantasy & also gets to be a martyr). 2.5 stars to Tom Ford for somehow making that shit watchable.

  • HenriqueA's rating of the film Natdyr

    A) Tom Ford is the texan Wong Kar Wai with a terribly scarring backstory [and like Kar Wai, he sometimes writes some terrible dialogue]. Also, worst exposition ever. B) Michael Shannon is nothing short of fantastic. C) Aaron Taylor-Johnson is overrated. D) Amy Adams isn't handed much to do here, but those last few scenes, omg, she makes that ending. E) That was motherfucking tense.

  • Rafael Zen's rating of the film Natdyr

    Ford begins his second film with a promising allegory, but it all vanishes as soon as the first page of the book is read and then it transforms itself into an average thriller with not-so-astonishing performances. At the end, Nocturnal Animals has more guns than guts - and I don't mean the overall blood splattering of this personal vendetta, I mean taking a promising book and turning into real cinema.

  • Zac Weber's rating of the film Natdyr

    The exploration of creativity and "what is art?" is interesting, but too often the film just feels hollow without much resonance. I wasn't overly impressed by Amy Adams, although I really enjoyed Michael Shannon's on-screen presence. The ending was a complete miscue.

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