‘Inheritance’ carries the weight of its symbolism with considerable elegance
The Canadian film writer, producer and festival programmer Kier-La Janisse tries to put her arms around everything connected to folk-horror in her very ambitious feature-length directorial debut ‘Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror’ that clocks over three hours and features a legion of film and literature scholars, journalists and filmmakers from all over the world.
There are echoes of the Japanese anime films from the 90s and an array of the live action dystopian SF-noirs from Blade Runner to Strange Days. But design-wise, Our Bed Is Green is something else
Success comes with a steep price to pay and it is a part of the universal human knowledge.
When combined, solitude, recent tragedy and traumas from the past can prove to be a lethal cocktail inducing an overdose of regrets, as it is the case with Santiago Meneghini’s exquisitely spooky and metaphorical short Regret.