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Cert 18
163 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong gory images

I really hope the trend for longer movies is very shortlived.
Midsommar could have been chopped by an hour but stretching it out to nearly three hours diluted its horror.
And that is a pity because Ari Aster's film could have been as highly charged as the brilliant Get Out.
However, its big hits are spread apart and, by its conclusion, I was feeling rather fatigued.
Midsommar begins with tragedy befalling the family of Dani (Florence Pugh) who is seen by her boyfriend (Jack Reynor) and his pals as needy.
Indeed, they are trying to persuade him to leave her until the movie's first big action renders him morally obliged to support her.
And then, much to his mates' initial dismay, he invites her on a lads' week away in Sweden.
However, this is no beer-sozzled sojourn around the strip joints of Stockholm - instead, one of them (Vilhelm Blomgren) is taking them back home to celebrate in midsummer day rituals with his community.
When I write "celebrate" I use the word loosely.
But the descent into horror is gradual and, even after things appear to go pear-shaped, logical explanations are presented and even accepted.
I found Midsommar unnerving because I suspect this is exactly what has happened when people have been lured in by cults.
Even intelligent people can be conned into believing in a new normal even when their usual alarm systems should be bleeping like crazy.
Interestingly, the setting, in the utopian Scandinavian countryside in summer when night hardly exists, makes it seem even more attractive.
The latter is beautifully juxtaposed with the ghastliness which evolves.
Pugh and Reynor are impressive leads, conflicted between the intoxication of their surroundings and the progressive horror.
Meanwhile, William Jackson Harper's character has a more academic view on what is happening while Will Poulter's just wants to get high.
All would have been best advised to react to the red lights when they had the chance.

Reasons to watch: Eerie and compelling
Reasons to avoid: Half an hour too long

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you know? Even Swedish furniture giant IKEA doesn’t let Midsummer go by unnoticed. Each year, stores will often lay out a Midsummer Smorgasbord for customers, featuring trademark Midsummer dishes like herring, potato salad, and fresh strawberries.

Final word. Ari Aster: "There are a lot of things that I feel audiences haven’t quite noticed but I always liked when it feels like there are things that are being skimmed over or missed because I’m hoping that it’ll contribute to maybe the film’s shelf life, so that if you return to it, you catch those things." Consequence Of Sound

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