A fragile young woman, who has tried to escape the dark past of her family, is forced to return to her family's estate. She must relive her previous traumas and confront the true source of her family's guilt.

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Christian Neuman
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Credited cast:
Udo Kier ... Claus
Sophie Mousel ... Rose
Amber Anderson ... Regine
Jefferson Hall ... Robert
Luc Schiltz ... Isaac
Luc Feit Luc Feit ... Dr. Mantell
Sarah Lamesch ... Yana
Bérangère Mc Neese Bérangère Mc Neese ... Minerva (as Bérangère McNeese)
Juliette Gillis Juliette Gillis ... Young Regine
Éric Gigout Éric Gigout ... Victim in the Chapel
Marja-Leena Junker Marja-Leena Junker ... Grandmother
Godart Nicolas Godart Nicolas
Rita Bentos Dos Reis Rita Bentos Dos Reis ... Nasty Clara
Tony Hegarty Tony Hegarty ... Miec
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Regine, a psychologically fragile young woman, is hiding away in the city, far from the dark and forbidding countryside of her traumatic childhood. She's struggling to construct the loving family she never had, and to rise above the events of the past: above all, the disastrous home birth of her brother Isaac, which led to her mother's insanity and Isaac's apparent death. But the city is tense and hostile, and contains its own threats. An abusive relationship with the controlling psychiatrist who's treating her mother is already blighting Regine's life when the brutal murder of her grandmother raises a crucial question: is Isaac still alive, and looking for revenge against a family which he feels has rejected him? Driven to heal the wounds of the past and to reunite her family by connecting with the brother she's never met, Regine must return to the site of her previous traumas and confront the true source of her family's guilt. It could make sense of her life - or throw it into ...

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Great 1st date movie!! The kind of movie that tongueing a hornets nest is more entertaining
30 August 2020 | by gpsychos2-239-278464See all my reviews

Want to guarantee youll at least get to make out with your date? Then suggest movie night and then put this on. Its such a boring nonsensical series of meaningless and just downright confusing scenes that anyone would welcome the distraction of making out literally with anything or anyone then watch this drivel. THE only reason I gave this 4 stars is for Amber Andersons see through top scene. Otherwise like one reviewer I finally gave up trying to watch and make any sort of sense or feeling for this movie at the 56 minute mark. I tried to hang in there but its realy so horrible that even if it had the best ending ever I still couldnt make it to the end. Please take the vast majorities advice and watch or do anything else


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Luxembourg | Belgium

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 August 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Skin Walker See more »

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