Lamb ★★★½

I understand why a lot of people don’t like this film. I am not going to act like a Film Chad and retort one of those:

“you just didn’t get it”


“dude it’s an allegory for blah blah blah”


“wow you must really just hate film in general”

All I know is that I really enjoyed the shit out of Lamb for some reason. I feel like Brick Tamland in Anchorman

Brick Tamland: I love lamb.
Ron Burgundy: Do you really love lamb, or are you just saying it because you saw it?
Brick Tamland: [Tries to sound convincing] I love lamb! I love lamb.

Divided into 3 chapters, the story doesn’t really get rolling along (and I am using a very loose definition of the term ‘rolling’) until the end of Chapter 1 but if you are a sucker for beautiful landscapes and creepy fog covered mountains then you will be in all of your sicko glory for Chapter 1. The next two chapters that follow detail a familial reawakening thanks to Ada the Lamb but strange things lurk in the fog of Iceland that threatens to tear the family apart. That is all I can say because just like the trailer, going into this one blind is the best possible way to enjoy this. And I would die for little Ada


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