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Flux Gourmet

Flux Gourmet

Directed by Peter Strickland

A dysfunctional sonic collective – a band devoted to the sounds of the culinary arts – navigates rivalries internal and external in this absurdly original feast for the senses. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE

A dysfunctional sonic collective – a band devoted to the sounds of the culinary arts – navigates rivalries internal and external in this absurdly original feast for the senses.

Cast: Asa Butterfield, Gwendoline Christie, Ariane Labed, Fatma Mohamed, Makis Papadimitrou

Member Reviews

well this was an interesting concept, i appreciated the unusual art inclusion.

Stina1Ebony
1 week ago

This is almost like a spiritual sequel to the director’s earlier film “Berberian Sound Studio”, with its focus on sound, but it doesn’t work quite as well as that one.Still very interesting ideas, well acted and shot.

Orcdoc
2 weeks ago

Brilliance. This is a brilliant movie.

maht
1 month ago

Strickland is a madman's Wes Anderson. After his Fabric touched on our obsession with fashion and being perceived, Flux Gourmet tackles our relationship with high-brow art; its performance, its hubris, its fakery, its attractive power (again with being perceived) and, most of all, the horror of its drama. The joke is a bit overlong, and sometimes a little too overlong, but as a demented flipside to pastel fables of innocence, Flux shows us in all our organic, greasy, mean-spirited and, ultimately, futile ways.

FredK
5 months ago

I have alot to say about flux gourmet, it was a whole lot of weird humor and gross references which I could tolerate because I'm not grossed out easy. However this movies point was a little lost on me some of the characters are interesting but you need an open mind to get through this because it was way too long in my opinion especially for something which is honestly nonsense. My thoughts but I can appreciate the artistic experience which parts of it had .

vinhorror33
5 months ago