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Fighting that battle while trying to enjoy a movie must detract a lot from the enjoyment. Neither of those is what I see as a weakness in this movie.

This is a flawed but interesting and unusual movie, and I can understand why even the many positive reviews it gets have trouble describing it. It's true that the movie is unreal, but what seems most unreal to me is not the brothers' relationship with each other or with their parents.

Others have emphasized the parents' evident oblivion or even acquiescence to what is going on under their noses, but that seems to me like just another symptom of the irrational taboo I mentioned earlier. It feels as if he is intentionally trying to make it an allegory, or an epic myth, or a ballet, or something else abstract that wrestles constantly with the extremely simple love story which the movie actually is.

It's like: "What those boys are doing is WRONG! The scene in which the adult brothers slowly undress for the first time as they face each other across the room is particularly strange, like something out of a kabuki performance.