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The Forest of Lost Souls (SWEDEN IMPORT)
12,99 €
Title: The Forest of Lost Souls – Special Edition
Director: José Pedro Lopez
Duration: 71 min
Subtitles: Swedish, English, Spanish
Image: 1.78:1 OAR (PAL) Anamorfisk Widescreen
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0
Region: 0
Genre: Horror/Arthouse
Age limit: 15
No.: LEE007
EAN: 7340110490111
Street date: 11th December 2017
Extras:
-Introduction by Director José Pedro Lopes
-Audio Commentary with Director José Pedro Lopes
-Interview with Director José Pedro Lopes
-Interview with Cinematographer Francisco Lobo
-Interview with Actress Daniela Love
-Essay on “T.F.O.L.S” by Film Critic Rosie Gibson
-Original Soundtrack with Photo Gallery
-Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery
-Rehearsal of Fightscenes
-Deleted Scenes
-Survivalismo (short)
-Your Audience (short)
-Saint John´s Night (short)
-Trailer
Quotes:
- “One of the best horror movies of the year.” – Emily Gaudette, Newsweek
- “Stunning from start to finish!” – Chris Coffel, Bloody Disgusting
- “A fantastic new kind of horror.” Nicholas Spaek, We Are Indie Horror
- “A very unique horror movie” – Chris Ward, FrightFest UK.
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A man walks through the Forest of lost souls, a place where many go to end their lives. Riccardo is a depressed family father looking for the place where his daughter killed herself. Carolina is a gloomy young woman with a macabre fascination for death, and a clear plan for why she’s in the forest. For a short while the two meet and try to affect each other’s decision, but only one of them is telling the truth. What happens in the forest goes against genre conventions and is a complete surprise. José Pedro Lopes debut feature swept the festival circuit by storm and has been hailed as one of the year’s best films. It’s a film that challenges its audience, and delivers darkness with a poetic aesthetic. What starts as an existential observation evolves into an innovative slasher-film only to return to its starting point and tie it all together in a way that will overwhelm its audience.