The Reflecting Skin
Directed by Philip Ridley
Seth is a mischievous eight-year-old growing up in the harsh realities of 1950s rural Idaho. He lives at home with his strict mother and guilt-ridden father, helping at the family gas station and waiting for his brother Cameron to return from the Pacific. But his whole world changes the day he decides the widowed neighbor woman, Dolphin Blue, is a vampire. Inspired by his father’s stories, Seth begins to believe she is responsible for the terrible events happening around him. His obsession continues to grow when Cameron comes home…and falls head over heels for his worst enemy.
Seth is a mischievous 8-year-old growing up in the harsh realities of 1950s rural Idaho. His whole world changes the day he decides the neighbor woman is a vampire and starts to believe she is responsible for the terrible things happening around him.
Cast: Codie Lucas Wilbee, Viggo Mortensen, Jeremy Cooper, Jeff Walker, Duncan Fraser
one of my all time favourite films. Not really horror but uses familiar tropes from fantasy and horror folklore.
Wow! That was depressing. Poor kid. Strange film, but I didn’t hate it. One thing that did annoy me is that the film doesn’t end it just stops.
The movie was brilliant till the ending,....left us in space,not good .
There is a tragic beauty to this film. Compelling, horrific, dreamlike. A yearning for freedom from a suffocating life
never expected to see this lovely twisted film in here. A good precedent on Summer of 84 as well.