KINDS OF KINDNESS – Review by Susan Granger

Call me a philistine but I wouldn’t wish having to watch Yorgos Lanthimos’ dreadful 165-minute Kinds of Kindness dirge on my worst enemy! After intriguing audiences with Poor Things (2023) and The Favourite (2018), which were – at least – comprehensible, Greek ‘auteur’ Lanthimos reunites with his co-screenwriter Efthimis Filippou to create a trilogy of bizarre, almost incoherent cinematic ‘essays’ exploring themes of dominance/control, faith and love.

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