The Scarlet Worm
An aging killer trains a young hired gun in a plot to assassinate a meek brothel owner performing barbaric abortion acts on his prostitutes.
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Victoria E (nl) wrote: Didn't know what to expect going into the film, but I was intrigued by the setting and cast. It turned out to be a surprisingly refreshing take on a modern family. The cinematography was gorgeous and highlighted the beautiful scenery where it was shot in Idaho. A great summer watch.
Breanna C (it) wrote: It was a good movie, very strange but very gory !!
Art S (it) wrote: Unmistakably a Bela Tarr film, set in a grimy wintry Eastern European town and shot in glorious black and white. The camera is ever-moving (in extremely long takes), following Janos Valuska as he walks through town, observing what appears to be a fascistic uprising brought about (possibly) by the visit of a travelling whale exhibit (and a strange Prince who we never see). The film feels set in the 19th century, not unlike Tarr's earlier 7-hour masterwork, Satantango, so the appearance of a tank and then a helicopter to quell the uprising is somewhat jarring and mystical (even though we saw a reel-to-reel player and other examples of technology at different points in the narrative). The title comes from the quest of one of the characters (mentioned oh so briefly) to over-turn Werckmeister's tuning system --although much like with Satantango's supposed tango structure, any musical underpinnings in the film (apart from its drone-like qualities) is pretty much impossible to ferret. Tarr maintains there is no allegorical quality to any of his films, but the film nevertheless feels portentous.
Ernest A (au) wrote: When your dreams of MILF come true.
Brad H (fr) wrote: A very enjoyable and humorous vampire spoof.
Tio B (it) wrote: Okay Mr. Smartypants, if man is not a bird, then how do you explain the feathers, the beak, and the pooping on windshields? If those things don't make me a bird, then my name isn't Brewster McCloud.
Winnefried S (au) wrote: A slow burn of creepy.
Nathan R (de) wrote: Mythopoesis at its cinematic finest.