“A singular piece from a defiant director”
“The experience of watching the film… can feel like being hypnotized by disturbingly palpable still lifes from the unconscious realm.”
–The New York Times
The ring of a telephone, the flap of a window shutter, the chill of the voice on the line as he asks, “how is the girl?” – all reminders of Albert’s daily duties as caretaker of Mia, the little girl with ice for teeth. From the director of INNOCENCE and EVOLUTION, comes a new “enigmatic, oneiric vision” (BFI) sure to burrow its way into your consciousness.