Director: Valdimar Jóhannsson
Year Released: 2021
Rating: 2.0

Childless Icelandic farmers Ingvar (Hilmir Snær Guðnason) and his wife María (Noomi Rapace) take in a newborn lamb (which they call Ada) and treat her like she's their own kid, nursing her, letting her sleep in a crib, getting scared when she runs off and keeping her away from her own biological mother ... and then Ada starts to develop human limbs.  I have to give it credit for trying something new: it's a sneaky metaphor for depression and marital discontent that gets temporarily masked when they bear offspring, and when a third character gets introduced (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson), who has troubles of his own, even he falls in love with the creature.  But the unfortunate thing is that it completely blows the third act: instead of taking its weird little concept to the "next level," it goes the cheap way out.  Iceland's naturally gorgeous scenery (with sharp cinematography by Eli Arenson) contributes to the whacked-out atmosphere.