September 17th 11pm at The Screening Room 127 E. Congress
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
2010, CUBA, 70 Min Fantasy/Horror Directed by Jorge Molina Cast: Dayana Legrá, Roberto Perdomo, Ana Silvia Machado, Francisco García
PART OF EXTREME UNDERGROUND CINEMA, NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED
Ferozz Molina's history has focused on a dysfunctional family living in isolation of the Cuban countryside. A young, attractive widow is protected from her vicious mother-in-law, by a male relative who practices Satanism, and lusts after the old woman's sexy adolescent granddaughter. Depravity and insanity make this family break taboos of society, regardless of the consequences.
Director Jorge Molina is a Cuban director as well as a performer who has appeared in more than 80 feature length and short films. He made quite a name for himself right out of the gate when his film school thesis, Molina's Culpa, which won a Coral award while simultaneously invoking the ire of the Catholic Church for it's anti-religious content. Molina's filmmaking is known for low budgets, extreme violence and sexuality and for taking on themes that most folks wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole. Molina also teaches directing in Havana.
"Molina's talent is obvious scenes are filled with symbolism and metaphors" Best Horror Movies
"Its a tough, yet powerful film easily a film worth recommending and watching" Obscure Horror Reviews
Official Selection Cinema Fantaspoa Film Festival Brazil Official Selection Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival Official Selection Macabro Film Festival Mexico
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