Norway; 2017; 84 min; Norwegian language with Slovenian and English subtitles
Wednesday, July 12th at 20.00h CULTURE HOUSE CINEMA
Written and directed by: Severin Eskeland
A famous crime writer becomes a victim of a brutal attack. After the horrible experience she isolates herself in her home where she starts noticing increasingly strange things. Is the attacker coming back for her or is it all just her imagination?
The Norwegian critics proclaimed Lust »the most gruesome film ever to come out of Norway«. Still, do not expect an unbridled gorefest, since writer/director Severin Eskeland uses extreme methods to convey profound psychological horror that lurks beneath the surface of everyday life. We're sure that this latest entry in Scandinavian school of thriller will have you trembling on the edge of your seat!