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  1. Luca Soldati's rating of the film Miss Violence

    La trama mostrà una realtà terribile e disturbante, che si palesa gradualmente. Ritmo a volte un po' troppo lento, ma buona narrazione. Viene mostrato come l'oppressione dilaghi grazie all'inerzia popolare. Messa in scena poco sanguigna ed esplicita. Regia buona, molto fredda, anche se a volte stenta un po'. Troppi sguardi in camera. La fotografia è molto fredda e mostra una società allo sbando. Buoni personaggi

  2. dave gunn's rating of the film Miss Violence

    A cold, bleak film. It starts with a pre-teen suicide and takes us on a long, relentless, painful journey before it explains that suicide.

  3. speakingparts's rating of the film Miss Violence

  4. SBERB's rating of the film Miss Violence

    Che hanno i greci in famiglia?

  5. sax_and_violins's rating of the film Miss Violence

    is this a homage to 'dogtooth' or just a lot of ~coincidence~?

  6. La quinta luna's rating of the film Miss Violence

  7. Howard Orr's rating of the film Miss Violence

    [Spoilers] In moving from de rigeur Brautiganian absurdism to a more straightforward treatment of the tragedy and horror of abuse, it is as if Avranas makes recourse to the traditionalism of the ancients in order to digest the calamity that has befallen not only the family but Greece as a whole. And how insular the tragedy of a nation is, as well as that of the family, is all too clear in the final scene.

  8. Federico Di Folco's rating of the film Miss Violence

    Punta Haneke ma non si avvicina a quei livelli di intensità pur riuscendo benissimo nel suo intento,quello di sgomentare,arrabbiare e disgustare con una messa in scena fin troppo realistica.Il marcio del nucleo familiare è reso bene,così come il malessere sempre percepito.Stenta parecchio sul ritmo e sui tempi,riprendendosi un pò sull'azzeccato finale aperto.Non eccelso,ma colpisce.

  9. Luana Frez Ichikawa's rating of the film Miss Violence

  10. Fabio Nosotti's rating of the film Miss Violence

  11. Violins By Night's rating of the film Miss Violence

  12. sacajawèale's rating of the film Miss Violence

    The same overwhelming sense of nausea that attacked me looking Haneke's Funny Games. Surely more than Dogthoot The (brother) Masterpiece.

  13. Gentuli's rating of the film Miss Violence

  14. Pymo's rating of the film Miss Violence

  15. clownin's rating of the film Miss Violence

  16. Ricardo Lima's rating of the film Miss Violence

    Attempt to make a new "Dogtooth"?

  17. le Gars's rating of the film Miss Violence

  18. lautrededor's rating of the film Miss Violence

  19. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film Miss Violence

    Expertly crafted horror film! The details, the acting, the carefully framed shots, the sound and music choices clearly show a very promising director at work. However, I'm really on the fence regarding how the grim subject matter is handled. Apart from subjecting the viewer to pure shock I wonder what else Avranos is trying to convey. I'm sure he´s aiming for Haneke but ends up closer to A Serbian Film.

  20. Gonçalo Loureiro's rating of the film Miss Violence

    como não idolatrar os contemporâneos gregos?

  21. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Miss Violence

    ★★★★ family dictatorship.

  22. MATTEO BITTANTI's rating of the film Miss Violence

    A disturbing allegory of contemporary Greece. Also, most unsettling horror film of the year. Traces of Dogtooth, a dash of Michael, a bit of After Lucia. 100% Avranas.

  23. Matt Richards's rating of the film Miss Violence

    Disturbing with a capitol D. Miss Violence come off like a blend of Markus Schleinzer's 'Michael' and 'Dogtooth' while successfully subverting the 'new Greek' weird movement by using many of the same stylistic devices but stripping it of any black humour. By subtly drip feeding the viewer information when the Violence comes it is shocking and deliberately confronting. Very shrewd film craftmanship here. 4 stars

  24. Enrico Utomo's rating of the film Miss Violence

    This is a rare film indeed - controversial perhaps, but very carefully crafted and above all, daring. It demands patience, strength, and understanding in order to truly absorb it. The key to the secret of this film is the editing - it feeds us ideas slowly, as we do our own detective work - until you begin to realise that you've had the answer all along but denied it. It sure can be a bitter pill, so be prepared.

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