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Alex van Warmerdam

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    Experience Absolute Diabolic Brilliance in 'Borgman'

    "Borgman" is a morbid study that pushes the boundaries and examines human’s predisposition for violent behavior. Raising more questions than for which it provides answers, the film revels in the psychological implications of the horrifying occurrences

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    Exclusive: Director Alex van Warmerdam's Gorgeous 'Borgman' Concept Art Paintings

    Since opening in early June, Alex van Warmerdam's foreign language thriller "Borgman", about a vagrant who turns the lives of an arrogant upper-class family into a psychological nightmare, has been growing a fervent cult following. Director van Warmerdam is releasing three exclusive concept painting...

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    Watch: Bask in the Spooky Silence of 'Borgman' in This Five Minute Opening Scene From the Thriller

    The opening five-minutes of "Borgman," the acclaimed Dutch thriller that played at Cannes and Toronto last year might be dialogue-free, but it's haunting as hell and worth the watch.

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    Cannes: Family Problems Dominate In Clio Barnard's 'The Selfish Giant' And Kore-eda's 'Like Father Like Son,' But 'Borgman' Makes Them Scary

    Movies for families tend to embrace the value of sticking together. However, movies about families -- at least those with a certain amount of gall -- assail that very same principle. At the Cannes Film Festival, which attracts stories from around the world, the notion of familial stability is eviden...

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    Cannes Review: ‘Borgman’ Delivers A Deliciously Dark, Twisted Cannes Competition Treat

    Caustic, surreal, creepy, and blackly funny, Dutch polymath Alex van Warmerdam’s “Borgman” is the trickster god in this year’s Cannes competition pantheon. Tonally similar to recent cultish favorites from Yorgos Lanthimos and Ben Wheatley (“Dogtooth” feels like a particularly close and favoured firs...

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