A young woman wakes up naked in the middle of the woods. After the initial confusion and after verifying that she's hurt, she discovers a fisherman and hunter who will not easily let his new prey escape. Let the hunt begin.
I remember two Willie Binghams. One, pasty-faced with fear after the sentence was read and the other after the series of amputations. The first is now blurred by the painfully sharp focus of the second.
See more »
...a Kafka short story. Not only for plot but for atmosphere. All is precise and useful for the wise manner to explore a subject far to be new. From the noble cause of humanity becoming cruel at whole to the hypocritic lessons to students about sins. A film like a smart reflection in mirror of human race. With its fundamental mistakes and low sensibility and lies as truth.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this