Luz

Luz

Directed by Tilman Singer

In this slick, stylish, disturbing horror, Luz is a young cab driver fleeing from the grasp of a possessed woman, whose confession could endanger the lives of everyone who crosses her path.

Fleeing from the grasp of a possessed woman, a young woman could endanger the lives of everyone who crosses her path.

Cast: Johannes Benecke, Jan Bluthardt, Lilli Lorenz, Julia Riedler

Member Reviews

One of the most interesting things about this film is that it is not only well played by all performers involved, the settings and dialogue were fantastic....but the film lacked a better depth into the storyline. Even the special effects and the creativity of "recreating events" through a live confession was done perfectly. What I wish the story explained is....did this "demon" come full circle and absolve itself within Luz??...or did the demon specifically perpetuate itself through a series of victims? (wish it would have better explained that) I really look forward to watching other films by this director.

CRYPTandBONE
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4 months ago

Huh?

dirtyepic
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4 months ago

This movie is so unique and beautifully shot. I love the soundtrack.

claire666
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4 months ago

Great

dannnn
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4 months ago

A masterpiece of dizzying proportions. If the fact that “International/Foreign” Horror films have been exponentially superior to American Horror films for the last 20 years or so isn’t something you’re aware of – then check out, “Luz.” Then go watch Julia Ducournau’s “RAW” (2016), “Borgman” (2013), “Victoria” (2015), “Thelma” (2017), “Demon” (2015, directed by the late Marcia Wrona), Gaspar Noé’s, “CLIMAX” (2019), “Berbergian Sound Studio” (2012), and of course anything made by Ben Wheatley. “LUZ” probably won’t live up to your expectations or my high praise, but forget about all that and just watch it (WITHOUT LOOKING AT YOUR PHONE) and let its unreality unfold in front of you. What is “Luz” actually about? The only person capable of answering that question accurately is…you. If anyone claims they can summarize “Luz” to you or anyone else, they are lying liars that are telling a lie.

oftenevil
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5 months ago