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REVIEW | The Duke of Burgundy

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‘Although the term ‘Freudian’ doesn’t entirely comply with Peter Strickland’s dark yet droll vision – as little in its vortex of domination / submission is left to the imagination – this film’s psychology goes much deeper than its deceptively smooth skin, and ultimately, tells a near-Gothic tale of how we always try to be what our lovers want, even if that means destroying ourselves.’

Check out my review of The Duke of Burgundy at Flickreel (click quote or image above, or here).

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Freelance film critic.

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