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
This felt kind of like a student film that was trying too hard to be artsy. Potential in there, but...
pretty cool. Loved the way it told the story.
Art-house to the core... unsurprising, vapid and features a story that doesn't make use of its potentially cool elements. A waste of time and more just a showy attempt at style over any and all substance. Comes off like a short film stretched by a student that didn't actually understand what to do with the material other than "make it look retro and cool".
Luz serves as the directorial debut for one of the most exciting young international filmmakers – especially in the Horror genre. Tilman Singer’s style is refreshingly unique & aggressively disinterested in playing by the rules of genre filmmaking, (much less most of narrative filmmaking…)
A strange and confusing tale of possession.