We Need to Talk About Kevin
Directed by Lynne Ramsay
A mother struggles to understand how her scary son became a school shooter in Lynne Ramsay’s ultra disturbing adaptation of Lionel Shriver’s ultra disturbing cult novel. Tilda Swinton received a Golden Globe nod for her portrayal of Eva, a travel writer whose freedom is cut short after she gives birth to a very bad little boy. Though she recognizes that young Kevin’s behavior is evil, Eva can’t stop him from turning into a terrible teen - played by he brilliantly scary Ezra Miller - with mass murder on his mind. Not for the easily disturbed or expectant mothers. Trust us.
A mother struggles to understand how her scary son became a school shooter.
Cast: Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, Ezra Miller
Just yes, all of it. FANTASTIC movie,
Deeply intense thriller even among the mass shootings today. Ezra (Kevin) was a believable psychopath and the relation with his mother possible being the cause of his actions and her redemption in caring for her son made a interesting film.
Incredibly disturbing, with some of the most affecting acting I've ever witnessed. Ezra Miller is absolutely terrifying in this film, and I classify this as one of the heart-wrenching movies I have ever watched. Certainly not for the faint of heart.
One of the best psychological thrillers of all time!