Official submission of Austria to the best foreign language film category of the 87th Academy Awards 2015. See more »
When Greider shoots one of the Brenner brothers, you can see he is wearing a boot with plastic injection tread. See more »
Some things may not be spoken of - things from the past - from long ago. But this does not mean you can ever forget them. There are things that can never be forgotten.
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Arrangement/Interpretation: Clara Luzia & Katharina Priemar
Performed by Clara Luzia
Recording & mix: Philipp Nikodem-Eichenhardt
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Great! The "Western" genre works surprisingly well in the alpine setting. The slow pace of the movie fits the gritty mood perfectly. What starts off like a "Whodunit?" quickly turns into a vendetta as the underlying plot is slowly revealed. Visually the film is expertly done and on par with any triple-A Hollywood movie. The acting is top notch by the whole cast. Some critics have complained that the movie takes itself too seriously and lacks humor. I think this is completely missing the point: a movie called "The Dark Valley" is clearly not angled like a dark comedy. Furthermore, nineteenth century winter life in an isolated mountain town is anything but fun, lending credibility to the concise dialogue and harshness of expression of the characters. The immersion is great, the story works well and thus the movie is definitely a must see in my opinion.
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