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The Duke of Burgundy

Directed By: Peter Strickland | 2015 | 1h 46m | Unrated

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O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970

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Sex, bondage, and butterflies: two women explore the extremes of carnal desire in this kinky, deliciously twisted tale of erotic obsession.

In a crumbling European estate, butterfly researcher Cynthia (Sidse Babett Knudsen) and her lover Evelyn (Chiara D’Anna) repeatedly enact a sadomasochistic role-playing game, with Cynthia as the stern mistress and Evelyn her subservient sex slave. But as the lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur, and Cynthia grows increasingly uneasy with Evelyn’s insatiable appetite for punishment, their relationship is pushed to the limit. Dripping with dreamlike imagery, Gothic atmosphere, and a lush chamber pop score by Cat’s Eyes, this critically-acclaimed, darkly comic erotic fantasia is a seductive feast for the senses.

An act of cinephilic homage that transcends pastiche to become its own uniquely sensuouscinematic object …
– VARIETY

Visually ravishing, emotionally wise, and kinky as a coiled rope, writer-director Peter Strickland’s third feature “The Duke of Burgundy” is a delight.
– HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

It’s a love story, and also a perversely sincere (and sincerely perverse) labor of love.
– NEW YORK TIMES

Nothing if not a mood piece, but amid its atmospherics and winking asides, it’s also a fascinating portrait of a relationship.
– LOS ANGELES TIMES

You get the sense that if Strickland had set his movie on some suburban couch in Brooklyn, it would work just as well.
– TIME OUT NEW YORK

A complex and ultimately moving essay on the privileges of victimhood and the nuances of what it means to suffer for love.
– VILLAGE VOICE

At its core, this is one of the most incisive, penetrating, and empathetic films ever made about what it truly means to love another person, audaciously disguised as salacious midnight-movie fare.
– AV CLUB

Strickland hides much beneath the surface in ‘The Duke of Burgundy’, but the movie is also a delight to look upon …
– NPR

Sexy stuff. In the deepest sense. Unhealthy erotic stimulation for the mind.
– BOSTON GLOBE

A work of immense and intense emotional vigor, sprinkled with fun-loving traits and intellectually stimulating prowess, “The Duke of Burgundy” is the stuff dreams are made of.
– THE PLAYLIST

Peter Strickland confirms his growing reputation as the champion of notoriously disreputable genres with “The Duke Of Burgundy”.
– SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

Far from being mere pastiche or parody, the film manifests Strickland’s rigorous regard for the form and determination to both honor and elevate it.
– FILM COMMENT MAGAZINE