Amor (Patrick Santy) is angry. Love is no longer what it once was. It is buyable and banal. You can not rely on anything, except perhaps on ninjas. They are still deadly.
A ﬁlm by the enigmatic director working under the pseudonym Cosmotropia de Xam. Reminiscent of some David Lynch ﬁlms, psychedelic seventies horror and nunsploitation, it follows the bizarre odyssey of a young woman possessed by dark thoughts.
This deconstruction of the revenge thriller, about a gay hustler trying to get back at his abuser, is audio-visually off the beaten track. A character-based thriller in which the characters make some left-ﬁ eld and devastating choices. Poetic and grim in equal measure.
Erland is about to celebrate his 50th birthday. His wife Greta has invited some friends over to their newly bought cabin for a party. Erland is not happy about the upcoming party especially when some of the guests are relatives to Greta which he doesn't like. The day before the party hell falls down a dried well and finds a box containing some old artifacts. Artifacts of evilness which are going to change his life forever.
An in-depth documentary about the mysterious German director Marian Dora (BUT guest 2010, and winner of the GROUNDREAKER award) and his masterpiece MELANCHOLIE DER ENGEL, steadily in the top lists of ‘most disturbing ﬁ lms’. Who is this director, and what drives him (or her?) to make these extreme and sickening yet beautiful ﬁlms?