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LFO is a contained Scandinavian drama/Sci-Fi about a man who realizes he can hypnotize with sound. He starts experimenting on his neighbors and, giving in to temptation, soon abuses his power. Eventually, the consequences for mankind prove severe.Written by
I just watched LFO yesterday, and boy was I satisfied. At the time of writing this review there were only two other user reviews - which I agree with; this Sci-Fi film is dark, comedic, serious, and a tad psychologically disturbing at times (not so much that I would tell anyone to stay away). I wouldn't really consider this a dark comedy despite its comedic moments, since I felt a more serious tone to the movie.
I think the plot is well described and the other reviews encompass a lot of what I feel so I'm not going to elaborate on any of those. I really just want to say that I gave LFO a 7 because that is what I feel most people would agree with, but after viewing it I personally feel it's an 8.
It kept my attention while I was trying to determine the fate of Robert, Simon, and Clara, but I walked away from this movie feeling as though I was hypnotized myself. I couldn't stop thinking about LFO for a good hour after completion, which typically wins me over.
Watch this movie. Hopefully it's still on Netflix when you read this review, but it's totally worth paying for.
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