HATERS SAY: It's a bizarre, violent, self-indulgent crass bore with delusions of cinematic grandeur.
LOVERS SAY: It's a visually stunning and poetic meditation on the struggle between good and evil, mother and father, and every major force in between.
Nicolas Winding Refn is no stranger to making divisive movies. People either loved or hated Drive (one person filed a lawsuit about it) and Only God Forgives was like a triple dose of that film. The problem child of Cannes is still splitting them down the middle.