Powerful exploration of isolation and inner demons
Bloody tops. Really great stuff. I caught onto the slow-burn vibe of it and the ending really struck me emotionally. It spoke to my own inner battles and hauntings by the past.
I love how this film gives you such a strong feeling of the horror of one's own mind. It recalls all those times where it's just you alone, when the isolation takes hold, and the noise of one's mind ramps up, and the cracks emerge into all that darkness that festers deep down, into all that we struggle to sit with and so often repress. Can we overcome the traumatic events of our past? Or do those memories continue to define and control us?
I want to mention as well that the cinematography is really strong. Really striking. I love the strobing sequences, and the high contrast black and white with splashes of intense colour. The probing industrial soundtrack is brilliant too, and fits perfectly with the images.
This is haunting horror that creeps right into the depths of your mind. Highly recommended.
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