I’m Glad I Watched Jonathan Glazer’s Zone Of Interest… But I’ll Probably Never Be Able To Watch It Again


Let me get this out of the way before I get too far down the proverbial rabbit hole; Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone of Interest was one of the best movies of 2023. It had everything I look for in a movie: a riveting and engaging story, tremendous performances, and perfectly composed cinematography, and it left me in awe when I first saw it. That being said, while I’m glad I watched what could be one of the best A24 movies in recent memory, it’s more than likely going to earn a spot on my “Watched once and never again” shelf.

This is not to say it’s a bad movie, because it’s not. Like I just said, it checks all the boxes, but just like Schindler’s List, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, and Son of Saul, all movies also set in the Holocaust, it wrecked me. I’m talking about a “staying up until 3 a.m. contemplating life and humanity” variety of wrecked. But please, allow me to explain why this is a movie you should definitely watch, but maybe just the one time.

(Image credit: A24)

The Zone Of Interest Was A Visual (And Auditory) Masterpiece


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