Challenging, provocative, rewarding
Ian from Dublin, 16 Jun 2007
This film is not for everyone.if you are easily offended then maybe look elsewhere.It concerns the activities of a group of self named idiots,who aspire to provoke reaction in their unsuspecting foils,by "spassing",or acting in all intensive purposes like mentally or physically handicapped people. It is interesting to note how on the money the film is in pointing out how interacting with people with handicaps is still such a struggle with the majority of society.
Great Discussion Movie
Barry from Dublin, 25 Jul 2007
This is one of those movies probably best watched in the cinema or alone at home, as you will contantly want to compare thoughts and impressions with anyone willing to speak with you. Very difficult to rate with a score,as it will leave you a little bewildered and, you're thoughts will be provoked. As previously inferred, this isn't for the general mainstream, but if you've an interest in the power of movies, or an interest in the subject matter, rent today.
Weird to say the least!
Conor from Cork, 25 Jun 2007
About a bunch of lonely characters who reckon they have an inner "idiot" and try to bring it to the surface as often as possible in public.
Not a movie for anybody who is easily offended, but certainly has a bit of originality. I wouldn't recommend it to most people I know, but if you like off the wall, freaky movies it might be worth a look.
Karen from Clare, 24 Sep 2007
i am not easily offended and i enjoy off the wall films but i hated this film. none of the characters had any redeeming features to allow me to warm to them. i dont feel that i learned anything from the film it was just weird for the sake of weird. life is too short to watch this...
Gary from Cork, 30 Jul 2009
As a fan of the crazy Lars Von Trier I was not as shocked as a lot of people are that have seen this movie but still I thought it was very good but took until the last half hour for it all to fall into place