‘Lamb’: Controversial A24 horror with Noomi Rapace wins 83% approval on Rotten Tomatoes



Producer A24’s new horror titled ‘Lamb’ hasn’t even been released yet, but its first trailer has already sparked a lot of controversy among moviegoers.

But for critics, the production starring Noomi Rapace was seen as a daring and subversive cinematic experience, garnering an 83% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Discover the main opinions currently available:

“A film that proves how much disbelief can be suspended if you’re in the hands of a director, cast, and sci-fi / titration department who are truly committed to production.” – Jessica Kiang, Variety

“The premise of ‘Lamb’ is hilarious in part, but Jóhannsson is not kidding.” – Eric Kohn, indieWire

“The lamb is a disturbing experience, but also a very original approach to parental anxiety, a story in which nature and upbringing create a nightmare.” – David Rooney, Hollywood journalist

“Most of the film is strong enough to satisfy audiences with a taste for folk horror quirks, although the ending isn’t as vigorous as you might imagine.” – Wendy Ide, Screen International

“The film then resumes its journey into the inevitable pain and sadness, and the whole Uncle episode feels like an addition in the middle of what could have worked better as a short.” – Elena Lazic, the playlist

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“Jóhannsson demonstrates a great mastery of the film’s atmosphere and a hypnotic narrative economy which both hold great promise.” – Zhuo-Ning Su, daily rewards

Valdimar Jóhannsson is responsible for the staging.

The plot follows a childless couple, María (Rapace) and Ingvar (Hilmir Snaer Gudnason), who live on a farm in Iceland. On Christmas Eve, they find a half-human, half-lamb newborn baby. Wanting a child, the couple decide to take care of the hybrid as if it were their own, whatever the consequences. This unexpected prospect of a new family brings them great joy before it ultimately destroys them.

“A script like this is rare and I felt I had to participate,” Rapace said in an official statement. “I’ve never done anything like this before and can’t wait to start filming and return to Iceland.”

The production has had its rights acquired by the prestigious A24, and should be launched in 2023.

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