Madness, sex and rifles in the court of Yorgos Lanthimos | Culture
The films of Yorgos Lanthimos rarely leave indifferent. Canine, Lobster or The sacrifice of the deer sacred they are works that have generated applause, criticism, debates and fascination. His last movie, The favourite, received a great reception at the Venice festival, where it premiered, and achieved five nominations to the recent Golden Globes, with one win: the award for best comedy or musical actress for Olivia Colman. The film opens this Friday 18 in Spain and here we advance a sequence.
Lanthimos returns in The favourite until the early eighteenth century and moved to England, in the court of Queen Anne of Brittany (Colman). Here, madness, delirium, sex, weapons, rabbits and betrayals are mixed in an intrigue enriched by the extraordinary work of the three protagonists: together with Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone - both nominated also to the Golden Globe - complete a triangle of passions, infidelities and power struggles.