For Fans of Terry Gilliam, The Witch, Hard to Be A God and Estonian folklore – Rainer Sarnet’s fantastical new fairly tale NOVEMBER emerges from the forrest for a series of screenings in Oak Cliff this March!
“A deeply peculiar folklore-informed picture in which unrequited love is more troubling than the plague, the Devil, and a forest full of ghosts, Rainer Sarnet’s NOVEMBER upends any expectations moviegoers may have when they hear the words ‘black-and- white film from Estonia.”
John DeFore, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Where most old-world yarn spinners would take the building blocks of freaky Freudian bedtime stories (sleepwalking damsels, deals with the devil, witches, werewolves, class warfare) and milk them dry, Sarnet doesn’t stop until he’s fried them (and your frontal lobe) to a crisp.”
David Fear, ROLLING STONE
“Shot in stunning black and white, NOVEMBER is a beguiling mash-up of Estonian pagan and European Christian mythologies that ultimately grapples with the existence of the soul.”
Emily Buder, NO FILM SCHOOLl