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Lilith (2011)

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A contemporary take on Dante's 'Inferno,' 'Lilith' is the story of Sarah Wilson, who finds herself haunted by visions of her tragically murdered younger sister, Lilith. After a night of ... See full summary »

Director:

Sridhar Reddy

Writer:

Sridhar Reddy
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Cast

Credited cast:
Julia Voth ... Sarah
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jesse Barnes Jesse Barnes ... Benjamin
Bianca Christians Bianca Christians ... Lonza
Antowne Duncan Antowne Duncan ... Creature-Like Man
Franklin Grace ... Creature-Like Man
Terence Greene Terence Greene ... Creature-Like Man
Jeremy Kendall Jeremy Kendall ... Samuel
Spencer Jay Kim ... Leon Hu
Michael Medcalf Michael Medcalf ... Creature-Like Man
Lauren Ondecker Lauren Ondecker ... Kelly
Frank Polk Frank Polk ... Creature-Like Man
Lili Reinhart ... Lilith
Maya Sabbagh Maya Sabbagh ... Young Sara
Damon Taylor Damon Taylor ... Minos
Nancy Telzerow ... Flora
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A contemporary take on Dante's 'Inferno,' 'Lilith' is the story of Sarah Wilson, who finds herself haunted by visions of her tragically murdered younger sister, Lilith. After a night of surreal terror, Sarah is led by her visions of her dead sister into a hellish labyrinth populated by bloodthirsty demons and bedeviled ghosts from her past. Her journey into darkness forces Sarah to confront painful secrets and her innermost fears, and her path back to reality is one fraught with terror, sadness and deception. Written by Vrzak

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Ambitious and Visually Stunning
30 October 2018 | by krazyk47See all my reviews

Its a shame this film never got a theatrical release because it is a dark film shot in 2.35 Anamorphic, and invariably suffers from viewing on a small screen. The cinematography, production design, sound design and score are all top notch. The acting is the weak link because basically the entire budget is spent on screen and all of the actors are relative newcomers with no credits to speak of. This is forgivable given that its an Indy film made on a shoestring budget, but it feels like it could have been a much better film if it had spent a bit more time marinating and the characters were more fleshed out. The best parts of the film are the atmospheric bits where no one is talking, which is a good proportion given that about half the film consists of long dolly shots of Julia Voth walking through the urban decay of post industrial Cleveland.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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