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Old sins refuse to be forgotten in Romola Garai’s gothic horror and hauntingly atmospheric debut feature.
Director: Romola Garai
After a fire destroys his squat, Tomaz (God’s Own Country’s Alec Secareanu), a homeless refugee and former soldier, meets a nun (Staunton) who offers him an opportunity to work as a live-in helper for Magda (Juri), a fellow immigrant who’s overwhelmed by caring for her dying mother. Tomaz quickly connects with Magda but senses something sinister in her home...
Romola Garai’s directorial debut is a moody, intensely unsettling horror-thriller, bursting with haunting imagery and gruesome scares.
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