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The Village (2010)
"Hepzibah - Sie holt dich im Schlaf" (original title)

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Kirsten, a 17 year old girl just before her 18th birthday, leaves for a village called Selmen. All the girls there kill themselves when they turn 18. Kirsten finds out that just before that... See full summary »

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Finn Atkins ...
Marie Schwarz
Christopher Elson ...
Raphael
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Dr. Wagner
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Dr. Fischer
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Male Librarian
Markéta Frösslová ...
Hepzibah
Kevin Colson ...
Pater Raymond
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Melanie
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Stefan
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Stephanie
Michal Devera ...
Joseph Curwen
Pavla Dostalova ...
Sofia
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Amelia
Hana Frejková ...
Old Lady Henrietta
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Kirsten, a 17 year old girl just before her 18th birthday, leaves for a village called Selmen. All the girls there kill themselves when they turn 18. Kirsten finds out that just before that, they all had problems getting into sleep. She also experience sleeping problems and tries to find out what is going on. Written by E.R.F. Knaap

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Quite entertaining
4 November 2011 | by (Vienna) – See all my reviews

I must admit I am not a big fan of modern horror movies as they tend to overdo the gory part nowadays. Therefor Herzibah was a pleasant surprise to me. It hardly brings any new aspects for a movie about a medieval which and her curse over the years, but it takes a refreshing look into the old genre and takes it into our century. One of the let downs is, that the production is mostly made for TV, so you see a lot of close ups and less of the impressive work of the art department. Lots of details, perfect atmosphere, but it could have been so much more spirit if it would have been made for the big screen. The actors are great, especially young Eleonor Tomlinson in the lead.


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