REVIEWED: KABOOM (LFF – DAY 15)
October 28, 2010 Leave a comment
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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.