Flux Gourmet is a bizarre dish.

Set at an institute devoted to culinary and alimentary performance, a collective finds itself embroiled in power struggles, artistic vendettas and gastrointestinal disorders.

Peter Strickland has made yet another very strange movie and I think I liked it quite a bit, Flux Gourmet features a lot of absurdism and isn’t shy about it at all. From the characters, atmosphere and the writing it’s one very strange experience, the acting from the cast is quite great Gwendoline Christie in particular gives a pretty unique performance that captures the movie’s spirit, Asa Butterfield actually gives one of the best performances of his career. The writing has a very comedic yet bizarre nature to it that’s really fascinating to listen to and watch play out, there’s definitely a lot of slow burn elements that are most certainly not going to be for everyone, especially given just how bizarre this movie ends up getting. However it’s still a very interesting watch that I do recommend.

Flux Gourmet is available on all VOD Platforms.

7/10 B

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