Only God Forgives Review - Alternative Magazine Online

Still, love or hate this film, you have to admire Nicolas Winding Refn. After Drive, he could have tackled a much larger mainstream project. Instead, he spent less than $5 million on fully realising a slow-burning and flawed Bangkok nightmare come to life in all its invasive, disturbing glory. A display of powerful sensory filmmaking that has divided audiences and critics alike (it took me a full week after viewing to make up my own mind on whether I actually liked it or not – I’m still uncertain), Only God Forgives is no doubt destined for cult classic status.

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