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byIlich Mejia

Sometime this fall,Yorgos Lanthimos'sThe Killing of a Sacred Deerbegan recurring less and less in conversations surrounding films likely to be Oscar nominated this month.The fact that a film featuring a vindictive teen with supernatural powers was even inanyawards-friendly conversation despite voters' general aversion to anything paranormal is a testament to its many assets: a compelling cast well led by Colin Farrell,Nicole Kidman,and Barry Keoghan (and even child actors Raffey Cassidy and Sunny Suljic,both easily disturbed but unmoved like any Lanthimos vet),an eerie score tuned flawlessly to make you laugh out loud at the most horrific sight,and some of the most concealed but poignant contemporary costume work in film this year.But perhaps the movie's greatest showcase is Thimios Bakatakis's cinematography as he paints ordinary Cincinnati into a most chilling Epidaurian stage.

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