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Greece · 2005
1h 38m
Director Yorgos Lanthimos
Starring Evangelia Randou, Aris Servetalis, Costas Xikominos, Youlika Skafida
Genre Drama

During off-season at the Greek seaside resort of Kinetta, three strangers -- a police officer out of uniform with a thing for German luxury cars and Russian women, an eccentric photographer, and a hotel chambermaid -- join forces for a rather strange reason: to recreate homicides. Slowly, the boundaries of their own lives begin to dissolve.

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The New York Times by Ben Kenigsberg

Time hasn’t made it more than a cryptic curiosity. Dialogue is sparse, and it takes some time for the threesome’s dynamic to come into focus, to the extent that it ever does.


Variety by Eddie Cockrell

Lanthimos’ point seems to be that everyone has their own private weaknesses, but after a Lynchian first act in this strange world, he avoids any mainstream dramatic or satiric elements.


The Hollywood Reporter by John DeFore

While he's not hinting around at the kind of systems of control he'll expand on to surreal effect in Dogtooth, The Lobster and elsewhere, Lanthimos enjoys provoking us visually.


CineVue by Patrick Gamble

The reticent interactions of Lanthimos’ trio of despairing souls mirrors the faded hopes of a transitory generation of dreamers, yet sadly Kinetta is too lost amongst the small, ostensibly insignificant gestures of its characters to truly grasp the larger movements occurring within the periphery.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

There are possibilities here, a set-up that could deliver something more than a directing exercise in driving the viewer a trifle mad with boredom. But not much else, and certainly nothing that gives away Lanthimos becoming the darling of challenging, thought provoking international cinema.