Carnage

Carnage
Carnage

Year

2012

Duration

76 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Rarely has a film been so aptly titled as this enthralling comedy-drama adapted from a stage play. Two married couples – hosts Penelope and Michael alongside visitors Nancy and Alan - are spending time in a plush Manhattan flat to resolve a fight between their school-age sons. Keen to resolve the matter amicably, the whole affair should take a few minutes. Not quite. Simmering resentments escalate into a combustible combination of alcohol, stomach sickness, incessant mobile ringtones and fluctuating alliances. Carnage. Excruciatingly awkward bickering, delightfully petulant characters and a cast on tip-top form mean you’ll be watching this through your fingers with glee.

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15 Classification

Contains strong bad language.

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