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Hagazussa (2017)

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Paranoia & Superstition in 15th Century Europe.


Lukas Feigelfeld
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aleksandra Cwen ... Albrun
Celina Peter Celina Peter ... Albrun (jung)
Claudia Martini Claudia Martini ... Mutter
Tanja Petrovsky Tanja Petrovsky ... Swinda (as Tanja Petrovskij)
Haymon Maria Buttinger ... Dorfpfarrer
Franz Stadler Franz Stadler ... Sepp
Killian Abeltshauser Killian Abeltshauser ... Farmer (as Kilian Abeltshauser)
Gerdi Marlen Simonn Gerdi Marlen Simonn ... Baby Martha
Thomas Petruo Thomas Petruo ... Doctor
Judith Geerts Judith Geerts ... Nun
Maximilian Hinterberger Maximilian Hinterberger ... Village Boy 1
Richard Gerum Richard Gerum ... Village Boy 2
Mario Schulze Mario Schulze ... Man with Mask 1
Gerhard Lentner Gerhard Lentner ... Man with Mask 2
Andreas Steiner Andreas Steiner ... Man with Mask 3


The dark legend of the young woman Albrun and her struggle to preserve her own sanity, and tries to explore the fine line between ancient magic, faith and madness at a time when pagan beliefs in witches and nature spirits spread fear and terror in the minds of the rural population. Written by AnonymousB

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Graduation film of director Lukas Feigelfeld. See more »

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This movie is something very different...
8 June 2019 | by kathrinmaassSee all my reviews

We live in an extremely fast paced world....overfloaded by stimuli that are all around us. Used be able to get from A to B in no time....and most movies of our time adapt this pace.

But this one is different. It is not only set in very different time, it IS this different time. This movie lets you feel the slower pacing of old times. What some critics consider painstakingly boring, is just the clash between live has been paced a long time ago and how it is now. It is menacing - and I think it is supposed to be.

There is a nearly absolut absence of dialog. There are only a few sentences spoken in the entire movie. That is another clash between days past and our time. We talk all the time, chatter about just anything. But not in this movie. There is no need to talk. Just feel it.

And this movie is a lot about FEELING it. The main character does not elaborate or think about things - she just feels...like an animal. Just be and feel.

This movie doesn´t make sense. There is no plot that has to make sense. This is just being. It is what it is.

I have to watch it again to decide if I give it an even higher rating.

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19 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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$6,041, 21 April 2019

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