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Marianne
The Screening Room
Tucson, AZ
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Marianne
September 18th 8pm at The Screening Room 127 E. Congress

US PREMIERE

2011, SWEDEN, 100 Min
Drama/Fantasy/Horror
Directed by Filip Tegstedt
Cast: Patrik Andersson, Tintin Anderzon, Maria Bergsten

Marianne has been described by reviewers as one of the great discoveries in genre cinema this year!

Marianne focuses on the mental state of Krister, a man who is left to raise a newborn baby whilst coping with a teenage daughter who blames him for the recent death of his wife. He is deteriorating and those around him have reason to be concerned. Especially because, for some time now, Krister has been plagued by night terrors, his fitful slumber intruded by a mysterious woman. He initially believes these visions are a symptom of serious post-traumatic shock, but becomes convinced that his troubles may be the work of a Mare that is haunting him.

"Marianne is extremely impressive" THE LINK

"Creepy, insightful and effectively melancholy Marianne is a quiet little winner." FEAR.NET

"Somebody, please, get Guillermo del Toro in contact with Tegstedt because here is a young director with the chops to make a The Devil's Backbone or a Pan's Labyrinth In fact, he may well already have done the former with Marianne"  TWITCH

Official Selection Fantasia Film Festival

PLAYING WITH

Calamity
2011, USA, 7 Min
Narrative Short
Directed by Nicholas Watts
Cast: Michael Miller, Julia Cavanaugh

A man named Jeremy awakes in a strange world where he must confront his past and decide his future. While facing his decision, a lost love emerges that can either seal his fate or set him free. As Jeremy chooses his path the question arises, was the choice ever his? Calamity inhabits a surreal plane of altered logic where answers are obscured by the obvious and the obvious is an illusion.

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The Screening Room
127 E. Congress
Tucson, AZ 85701
United States


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