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Jessie Buckley) shouts into a tunnel, pulls an apple from a tree, and sees a boy in a mask — stuff that shouldn’t make the skin crawl, but crawl it does. Those creeping images trigger an instinctive reaction, a fierce tug on your fight-or-flight response. It’s a great trailer. And all that footage is great in the movie, too.

But "Men" has precious little to add to the experience of watching its promotional materials. Garland’s films are usually tight in focus but of fathomless depths, like stepping into a puddle that’s somehow hundreds of feet deep. Yet despite the efforts of its stars, watching "Men" is more like strolling up to the edge of the ocean only to discover that it’s just a big piece of painted scenery. "Men." Photo: A24.

Buckley’s Harper needs a place to breathe. Still reeling from the death of her husband James (a reality that’s both less weepy and more upsetting than you might imagine), she arrives at a stately home she’s rented in the English countryside and is captivated by its beauty and tranquility. Passing an apple tree, she takes a bite, relishing the experience.

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Jessie Buckley) shouts into a tunnel, pulls an apple from a tree, and sees a boy in a mask — stuff that shouldn’t make the skin crawl, but crawl it does. Those creeping images trigger an instinctive reaction, a fierce tug on your fight-or-flight response. It’s a great trailer. And all that footage is great in the movie, too.
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