REVIEWED: KABOOM (LFF – DAY 15)

Kaboom

Sexy, strange, and sadly not likely to hit cinema screens.

This article is syndicated at Obsessed with Film. View it here.

Gregg Araki’s work on oversexed youths reaches its most intoxicatingly silly in Kaboom, a film which caused a huge murmur at the Cannes Film Festival, and lit the room alight at the London fest, though still has struggled to secure distribution. With its alternative mode and wacky, off-the-wall style, it isn’t especially surprising, but this gleefully messy sci-fi sex comedy deserves better than the bargain bin, straight-to-DVD treatment it may end up facing.

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