Was not expecting this to be so depressing. A fascinating character study of someone who suffered an incredibly traumatic experience as a boy, and now struggles to maintain a normal life. Bullhead has an amazing performance from Matthias Schoenaerts in the lead role, someone I was unfamiliar with beforehand. This one got a well-deserved Oscar nod for Best Foreign Language Film last year.
Watched this since it's part of the AV Club's New Cult Canon and liked it a hell of a lot more than I expected. The random, off-the-wall humor kind of reminded me of Napoleon Dynamite at times. Not all of the jokes work, but when they do, they're freakin' hilarious. Case in point: the Richardson flyer scene, which kills me every time I watch it.