Oscar-nominated ‘The Square’ starring actors Claes Bang, Dominic West, Elizabeth Moss and Terry Notary and directed by award-winning Swedish film-maker Ruben Ostlund is a funny satire featuring different aspects of an urban lifestyle and a hilarious take-down of arrogance and elitism found in upper-middle-class art circles. The film is all set to hit cinemas in Mumbai on 16th March 2018. The director of the film has done an extensive research and combined few real-life experiences for the audience to enjoy.
But do you know how the film got its title?
Apparently, there are 3 interesting facts about how the makers of the film came up with the tithe ‘The Square’.
Here is the list of Top 3 interesting facts:
- The film’s title THE SQUARE is taken from the name of a real project exhibited in 2014 at the Vandalorum Museum in the South of Sweden. Here, it means a sanctuary of trust and caring intended to build a social consensus amongst others and to establish the duty to act and react if one needs help.
- ‘The Square’ is a place of humanitarian values, drawing on the ethics of reciprocity that appears in nearly every religion following the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
- It is based on an idea of the art project addressing trust in society and the need to reassess the social values. A humanitarian sanctuary wherein every individual shares the same rights and obligations.
Well, if the title is so interesting, no wonder if the film gets some interesting climb up at the box office too.