131 mins
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Oscar-winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) directs Academy Award-nominees Barry Keoghan (The Banshees of Inisherin), Carey Mulligan (She Said), Richard E. Grant (Can... More

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Saltburn | Ratings & Reviews

(Very, very) dark humour

Saltburn verges on horror, but the most sexy, dramatic, sometimes hilariously funny twist on the genre. Haunting, well-acted and cleverly written - with a potent dose of (very, very) dark humour - if close-ups involving bodily fluids are a bridge too far, this whole film will be a challenge for you. Read more 

Cat Woods

"British cinema hasn’t been this badly behaved since the days of Nic Roeg and Ken Russell, and was frankly in need of the shake-up."

The TelegraphThe Telegraph

"The entire cast give it their very professional all, and what great stuff from Pike."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"Saltburn certainly has attitude, but nothing new to say."


"Fun but derivative."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"If you see it as a lurid pulp fantasy rather than a penetrating satire, then Saltburn is deliriously enjoyable."


"A triumph of the cinema of excess, in all its orgiastic, unapologetic glory."

Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly

"Barry Keoghan, who has an extraordinary talent for playing the awkward and askew, is absolute perfection."

Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal

"Barry Keoghan is outstanding."

Slash FilmSlash Film

"A spikily entertaining, narratively rackety ride."

Screen DailyScreen Daily

"It’s like Bridgerton on amphetamines. Or Downton in a K-hole. And it’s appealing because, however fanciful and thematically absurd, there is truth here."

The TimesThe Times

"Barry Keoghan excels in a lavish but ludicrous psychodrama."

Total FilmTotal Film

"A furiously candied pop confection whose most beautiful flourishes never seem to add up."


"Saltburn does more than just burnish Fennell’s reputation as a gifted writer, but kicks doors open for Barry Keoghan too."


"While it is not without its merits — mainly the performances and cinematography — Saltburn adds nothing new to the recent burst of “Eat the Rich” films."


"Fennell has oodles of fun satirising her own hugely privileged upbringing."

Daily MailDaily Mail

"While there are thrills sprinkled throughout, there is very little subtext simmering beneath."


"Stylish and intriguing, Saltburn proves an engaging sit for the majority of its run."

Vanity FairVanity Fair

Saltburn | Details

R16, Drug use, suicide, sex scenes & offensive language
Country of origin

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