Two wanted women decide to rob their wealthy psychotic friend who lives in the fantasy world they created as children; to take the money they have to take part in a deadly perverse game of make believe.
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
Look, I'm all up for something new. I love those old sceneries, the cold, the solitude so any film that manages to incorporate such elements is going to have my curiosity.
But this one was borderline boring. I couldn't believe my eyes, time was passing and I was standing there, just like the movie, waiting for something to happen. I didn't move and neither did it. So if you want something that wants to come as innovative, a testament of fear, a slow burner that delivers, it's not the case here! I can't believe that it went nowhere!
Thus I'm going to go off on a bad note sadly: Hagazussa is a miss fire.
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