Everything Is Ruined 

Director Thomas Vinterberg delivers a tense and unpleasant film that should get him more work in the States

Through a series of stark, slowly suffocating scenes, Lukas (Mads Mikkelsen) loses nearly everything that he treasures. When we meet him, he's already wrestling with a recent divorce, but that's a cakewalk compared to what follows. He works at a local kindergarten,…

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