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
Very David-Lynch-ian mood, but German and more modern. All about the atmosphere. I dug it.
This one is not for everyone, for sure. The storyline is fragmented over time, and the director told it through a very surreal lens. You can follow the movie, but it does demand your attention. I think it was smart that this film was kept short, as this style of film does become a slog at longer running lengths. Personally, I liked it. The soundtrack was good, as well as the acting. I’d recommend to those that like films narratives told in unconventional ways.
Needlessly confusing and overly artistic. It’s a big muddled mess with a seed of a good idea