Review: Youth and anarchy in ‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ | Culture & Leisure


“Bodies Bodies Bodies” might just be the first big Gen Z thriller. as a hurricane rages outside.

Dripping with neon, platitudes, sweat and fear, “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” which opens Friday in New York and Los Angeles, is playful, cutting and never boring. The events are confined to one long night, but the toxic tensions had been boiling for a long time. before an actual corpse is presented at the party.

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