1hr 36mins

In Charlotte Colbert's striking debut feature, ageing film star Veronica checks into a healing retreat in rural Scotland, opening a psychological and historical trauma that connects 18th century witch-trials with contemporary feminist vengeance.

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Charlotte Colbert
strong threat, horror, bloody images, language, drug misuse, sexual threat

Reflecting on her film career, Veronica – a phenomenal Alice Krige (Sleepwalkers, Gretel & Hansel) – confronts her early experiences of abuse at the hands of a film director (a perfectly cast Malcom Macdowell) and gradually discovers untapped reserves of supernatural power that begins to reimagine female friendship as a form of occult strength.

This richly imaginative horror debut from multi-media artist, Charlotte Colbert, weds its impressive cast (including an eccentric cameo from Rupert Everett) and powerful imagery with a predictably brilliant score from Clint Mansell. Not to mention the editing skills of Yorgos Mavropsaridis (long time collaborator of Yorgos Lanthimos) and Dario Argento (Suspiria, Profondo Rosso) serving as executive producer.

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