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A couple's dinner at a remote island's exclusive restaurant turns into a macabre revenge plot.


Why watch this film?

Starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes, and directed by Mark Mylod (known for directing episodes of series like Game of Thrones and Succession), this acerbic satire of the world of gastronomy starts with a simple premise: a group of wealthy people embark on a small island where one of the most exclusive and sought-after restaurants in the world is located, but they discover that the main dish is a macabre and violent revenge. Why? Each of the visitors has their own crimes to pay, and the revelation of each one is the thread of this narrative that, by extension, also satirizes the world of art and cinema, cornered between indiscriminate consumption, canned production and the most elitist snobbery.



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Plot summary

A young couple travels to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where the chef has prepared a lavish menu, with some shocking surprises.

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Available at home