It's deliberately divisive and shocking, Like it or not.
A film that revels in it's excess and debauchery, but still manages to find horror, pathos and character depth in amongst it's divisive ideas and imagery.
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If “The Talented Mr Ripley” had worn it’s kink on it’s sleeve a little louder, this may have been the film we got; In Saltburn Barry Keoghan’s Oliver Quick is taken under the golden wing of aristocratic fuck-boy Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi). The clashing class divide of Oliver in their mansion proving a tasty little frisson of excitement for the old-money Catton family. But nothing is quite what it seems here, and as an audience, we are unprepared for what is to come.
Dion, Quinny, Jill and Peta are all here for the class warfare, though it’s up to you to decide who is eating the rich and who is getting basted…
Distraught by his classmate Oliver’s unfortunate living situation, Felix, a rich student, invites him over to his estate. Soon, a series of horrifying events engulf Felix’s family.
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