A poignant reflection of our times - about the sense of community, moral courage and the affluent person's need for egocentricity in an increasingly uncertain age - Ostlund's comedy stars Claes Bang as Christian, the respected curator of a contemporary art museum. Confident he is a 'good man', Christian commissions an artistic installation that encourages visitors to reflect upon their responsibility to be kind to their fellow human beings. However, the theft of Christian's mobile phone initiates a series of actions that exhibits how difficult it can be to live up to your own ideals before errupting into an apocalyptic, self-imposed existential crisis.
Co-starring Elizabeth Moss, Dominic West and Terry Notary, THE SQUARE is a hysterically funny insight into the disconnect between how we see ourselves and the reality of our own behavior.
Some Swedish, Danish language, English subtitles
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