Have You Ever Had A Dream So Strange You Were Sure It Wasn't Your Own? Victor is a writer, possessed by a terrifying story as he hunts for four refugee performers of a theatre destroyed in a mysterious fire: Drawn to a remote settlement founded by the mysterious Stronheim, owner of a Factory hidden deep within a dreamlike landscape. Victor finds his friends under the wing of an aristocratic noble and her child-like ward who both watch over the settlement for Stronheim. A dangerous pact is made between Victor and Stronheim. The destroyed theatre will be reconstructed, and in return, Victor must complete the story, no matter the cost. Stronhem requires it to be performed at the village Festival Of Memories, where bizarre rituals are enacted by the villagers under the influence of the Factory's hallucinogenic effluence. Following the dangerous, twisted paths to the heart of inspiration and creativity, Victor's imagination and the fragmented memories and emotions of the performers ...Written by
I watched the film at home. All by myself, in darkness and with headphones on. What an extraordinary experience. Strange Factories draws you into the story, it feels like a dream, something you cannot escape without going through it. The sounds and images creep into your soul. It shook my very own reality, left me in awe and in tears, searching for my own truth. It only scratched on the surface during watching the film. Afterwards it worked through me for weeks, questioning myself in a positive way. It awakens something, something that has been buried inside me a long time ago and wants to get out. I'm not going into the story as I think everyone should experience this incredible piece of art on its own. I've seen the film multiple times now and every experience is different and opens another door. Thank you FoolishPeople! I can't wait to see what more is to come.
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