Tyler Myers’s review published on Letterboxd:
Lamb is definitely a "love it or hate it" type of movie (which can be said for a number of A24 films). It's a gorgeously shot film with lush cinematography throughout and Noomi Rapace delivers a strong performance. I also really appreciated its idiosyncratic nature in style as well as the metaphors presented. However, I can't say that I was always fully invested in the overall story. The meshing between its VERY slow build and disturbing aspects didn't mesh too well for me. I feel leaning more towards its laidback and pleasant approach or its unnerving and sinister play would've made for a more rewarding experience. It's still a very well-made film with a lot to discuss which makes it worth at least one viewing.