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The Wolf House

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We head now to Chile for this horror film, which debuted at the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. 

Unusually for horror films, this one is a feature length stop motion animation, the characters and set pieces looking like grimy paper maché which effectively sets the unsettling tone. We follow Maria, who recently escaped from a German religious cult and into the home of two pigs, while on the run from a wolf that is after her. The film is based on the true story of Colonia Dignidad, a cult populated by germans in the aftermath of WWII who worked alongside the Pinochet government to detain and torture dissidents. None of this is immediately obvious within the context of the film itself, but in light of this, the film can be read as a powerful allegory for the lasting impact of trauma, and the ways in which we carry the past with us.



Aldersgrense 18 år


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