We Need To Talk About Kevin

15 Certificate

1hr 52mins

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Starring: Tilda Swinton, John C Reilly, Ezra Miller

Directed by: Lynne Ramsay

The plot: Eva Khatchadourian struggles to relate to her emotionally cold son, Kevin. While Eva clashes with the boy, including a confrontation that results in a visit to hospital, Kevin slyly wins the affections of his father Franklin, driving a wedge between the parents. The arrival of baby sister Celia introduces a new target for Kevin's sick and twisted games, including a shocking episode with the family's guinea pig.

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Orange movie-goers' reactions


  • " Love the book and didn't think the film would match up but it did. Brilliant film! " — Kara, 30
  • " I and a friend did not enjoy this film....and the rest of the cinema (10 people) seem to feel the same. Story line was rather predictable and the end was totally lacking.... Very disappointed as I hardly go to the cinema. " — jene, 41, Cheshire oaks
  • " BANGIN " — steve, 76, boston
  • " Amazing movie, worth a second viewing." — Annafilm, 40, Glasgow
  • " The book is gripping and a tad horrific. I cannot wait for the film. " — carol, 35, haverfordwest
  • " Gripping from beginning to end. Felt an entire range of emotion from fear to disgust to amusement. This is a must see!" — duncan, 33, london
  • " If it's anywhere near as good as the book then we r in for a treat!" — Julie , 39, Bury


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Empire

"Guaranteed to haunt you for days, and possibly prompt a rethink on your position on parenthood."

Daily Telegraph

"With no resolution or redemption on offer, it's remarkable how easily Ramsay sustains our interest right to the very end."

Guardian

"Cinema's worst ever case of post-natal depression is the subject of this compelling psycho-horror nightmare from Lynne Ramsay, adapted from the novel by Lionel Shriver."

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