A woman, wandering through the desert, is captured by a community of cannibals from which she manages to escape. With the help of one of her captors, she will try to not get her throat slit, in a world that’s gone wild. Once again, Ana Lily Amirpour displays her ability to turn genre into a projectile in support of social critique with this fable shot in the Texas desert, and that only Trump could dissociate from the label of dystopic.
Ana Lily Amirpour
Studied at UCLA. Multidisciplinary, she’s been a member of a rock group, done sculpture and painting and began to direct when she was twelve. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (14) was her debut feature film.
UNITED STATES. 2016 (118 min)
DIRECTORAna Lily Amirpour
PRODUCERSSina Sayyah, Danny Gabai
SCREENPLAYAna Lily Amirpour
WITHSuki Waterhouse, Jason Momoa, Keanu Reeves
Edition: 2017 Section: Sesión Especial Original language: