As a young child, Jeanette witnessed her parents brutal murder. After years in a mental institution, the 22 year old is finally strong enough to leave the asylum and begin a life on her own...
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As a young child, Jeanette witnessed her parents brutal murder. After years in a mental institution, the 22 year old is finally strong enough to leave the asylum and begin a life on her own. Soon, Jeanette discovers with horror that many of her new found friends have been murdered. Does her painful past hide a mystery that could help her bring an end to the death around her?Written by
The film shown at the cinema is The Relic (1997), also distributed in Germany by TMG. The crowd clearly features some boys aged 12-14. In theory this would be a punishable violation of the youth protection laws since that film has an age restriction of 16. See more »
Melissa tumbles over the balcony face-first with her head closest to the railing. In the next shot, however, she is falling face-up with her feet closest to the railing. See more »
Outtakes from the film play during the end credits. See more »
German theatrical version was edited for violence/gore to secure a "Not under 18" rating from the FSK. This version was also released on DVD and VHS. The uncut version was shown on German Pay TV channel Premiere. Only in 2018 the uncut version was released on Blu-ray and DVD. See more »
This is the german attempt to do a horror movie. Since the horror genre was very popular in the late ninety's (consider the scream series) they tried to copy the concept and changed the setting to a small village in the austrian alpes. First of all I think it's much too late for this. There are too much better horror movies. Everything in this movie is stereotype, a lonely village, some stupid cops etc... It's a bit boring, nothing new. It's just a film which was not necessary. The only plus is the good playing of the main actress (the nice and cute Valerie Niehaus) and that the film does not take itself too serious. Some funny scenes. And a unusual ending. I'll give 6/10. If you want some popcorn horror-cinema go out for the US Productions. They did it a lot better...
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