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Comparable only to the works of greats such as David Lynch, Guy Maddin, Quay Brothers, Hal Hartley, and Tod Solondz, Woodenhead is a Grimm Brothers inspired picture taking the audience to the darker side of fairy tales.
“If you’ve ever wondered what was really going through the Grimm Brother’s minds when they wrote all those tales of woods and wolves and lost little girls, well here’s your chance to find out. Welcome to Woodenhead, a film in which the subterranean perversions inherent in any good fairy tale have been brought rumbling and gushing to the surface. There aren’t any big bad wolves, but there are cows, sheep, a donkey named Gerhard and and a kid goat that’s been trained to lick the soles of people’s feet. There’s no Snow White or Cinderella, instead a mute princess called Plum, and an ‘innocent’ dump-hand named Gert, who believes he is ‘the luckiest man under the sun.’ Woodenhead is a genuinely committed look at the notion of the fairy tale, made modern not so much by a change of setting or period as by the confusion of good and evil and the perversion of right and wrong. The characters’ profiles are anything but black and white, and the characters them selves are all (even the ‘good’ ones) more than a little creepy…” – Peter Odonoghue, Gritsalute.com
|Skådespelare:||Nicholas Butler, Theresa Peters|
|Ljud:||Engelska DD Stereo|
Upplagd i sortimentet: 21 Augusti, 2012