085: Kosmos (2010)

This fantastical turkish drama centres around a miracle-working, traveling thief called Kosmos who is heralded a village hero when he saves a local boy from drowning.

Although a shoestring storyline like this doesn’t instinctively equate to an uninteresting film, Kosmos unsuccessfully attempts to force the audience into inferior philosophical submission with a common disregard for the lofty thematic elements of existentialism and phenomenology. The result, like the central character, is annoying, ostentatious and almost entirely unfulfilling.


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