Midsommar ★★★½

A colour explosion of a trip that examines dynamics of relationships, trauma and family. With an uneasy camera, a droning soundtrack and ever-moving backgrounds, Midsommar takes its audience on a bad trip in a remote Swedish commune where the sun never completely sets, and where outsiders are forced to come to terms with their surroundings, and ultimately themselves.
While the story would have benefitted from stronger, more nuanced characters to carry the narrative, the film still stands as an anxiety-induced addition to folk horror,

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