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In Fabric

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United Kingdom · 2019
Rated R · 1h 58m
Director Peter Strickland
Starring Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Leo Bill, Fatma Mohamed, Gwendoline Christie
Genre Horror, Comedy

Set against the backdrop of a busy winter sales period in a department store, In Fabric follows a cursed dress as it passes from person to person with devastating consequences.

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IndieWire by David Ehrlich

At a time when movies are growing more plastic by the day, it’s always a thrill to experience something that’s so attuned to the tactile pleasures of the cinema; to see a movie that you can feel with your fingers even when it bypasses your heart or goes over your head.


The Film Stage by Ethan Vestby

It’s easy to admire Strickland’s formal chops while still finding the film–or rather his throwback “flourishes”–a little conceited.


Los Angeles Times by Justin Chang

Along the way, Strickland playfully hints at themes — the pernicious tyranny of capitalism, the commodification of desire — in a movie of ravishing colors and textures that ultimately elevates style and sensuality into something genuinely meaningful.


The A.V. Club by Katie Rife

Strickland’s ability to convey tactile sensations in the visual medium of cinema remains unmatched. Submit to the exquisite mystery of retail, and enjoy.


Variety by Peter Debruge

There’s no reason a movie about a devil dress should work, and yet Strickland strikes the right tone, inviting laughter by taking it all so seriously.


The Playlist by Rodrigo Perez

As usual, Strickland’s latest is delirious, deeply delicious in sumptuous form and sly humor. It’s an oddball film, even for the unusual filmmaker.

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