Streaming Video - 2018 | German
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In a remote Alpine village in the 15th century, the orphan Albrun grows up to become a marked woman. The scapegoat of ancient superstitions and monstrous misogyny, this self-styled witch begins to assert her otherworldly birthright.
Publisher: [United States] : Doppelganger Releasing, 2018
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 102 min.)) : sd., col
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Call Number: eVideo


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Jan 14, 2020

Several scenes are so repulsive that I won't describe them but if you understand what's really going on (and what's NOT) you realize that the writer/director and actors did an excellent job. Most will not get it or be reviled by about the 20 minute mark (and again later and REALLY again at the end). There are some good explanations online as well as some theories about it not being a linear story.
I admit I was screaming in my head, "NO... NO... NOOOOO!," a few times but the more I thought about it afterwards the more I liked it.

Oct 16, 2019

Lots of beautiful scenery that can't hide that there is not really a plot to speak of. The actors did the best they could but don't expect a lot of dialogue. Perhaps there is some symbolism that I missed? Key points that might have made the movie more interesting are glossed over for scenery shots. So many trees.

Oct 14, 2019

In much the same vein as Robert Eggers’ "The Witch" and Rainer Sarnet’s "November", Lukas Feigelfeld’s horror film weaves a dark fairytale aesthetic with long tracking shots and minimalist dialogue to tell the story of one young woman’s descent into madness—or damnation depending on which road you take. Sadly, without enough meat for audiences to chew on the entire production begins to sag under the weight of its own audacious sense of style robbing those foreboding pans of mountains and forests (and one pivotal swamp) of much of their impact while threatening to turn more intense scenes into overwrought messes. However, considering this is only Feigelfeld’s graduation film his use of lighting and texture to evoke an emotional response definitely marks him as someone to watch for—you can almost smell the smoke from a roaring hearth, feel the mud between your toes, and taste that horrible final meal.


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