She Will

2021

Thriller

0
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 84%
IMDb Rating 6.0 10 197

Please enable your VPN when downloading torrents

Get Secure VPN

Plot summary


Uploaded by: FREEMAN
July 15, 2022 at 07:46 AM

Top cast

Malcolm McDowell as Hathbourne
Alice Krige as Veronica
Rupert Everett as Tirador
Amy Manson as Lois
720p.WEB
880.97 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 36 min
P/S ...

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by knjwjsk 9 / 10

When horror is beautiful

Exceptionally crafted movie !

Charlotte brings a unique and original vision into horror cinema.

This movie reminded me how much potential the horror genre has and how many beautifully dark stories we might yet discover through innovative and bold directors like Charlotte !

Reviewed by kosmasp 9 / 10

Age-less

Witch stories are something that work - most of the time. Being told to people and being received by them. Of course there is always the possibility that one only dreamt certain things and that they didn't really happen ... what will be the case here? You'll have to watch to find out.

We have an aging star, who books a retreat where she thinks she will be alone with her caretaker she hired. But when she arrives the situation is different. But that is only to kick off the story. Because there is a reason she has issues with people and social contact ... we come to find out what it is ... it is her past and one individual in particular. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. The movie is really well made and it has great effects too.

The acting is great, even if you can guess most of the things that will happen. Still suspense from start to finish ... with again certain questions that only you can answer for yourself ...

Reviewed by ferguson-6 6 / 10

a creepy revenge thriller

Greetings again from the darkness. Coming from the IFC Midnight stable, this first feature film from writer-director Charlotte Colbert and co-writer Kitty Percy, may be judged as a thriller or horror, depending on one's perspective. By creating an ominous atmosphere, the movie highlights how certain events can grab hold and remain with us, often buried deeply, for our entire life. We don't always know how these memories will manifest or how or when we deal with them, but if the scars remain, a reckoning likely follows.

Alice Krige is perfectly cast as Veronica, an aging movie star. She's coming off a double mastectomy and is expressing more than a touch of grumpiness towards her much younger nurse Desi, played well by relative newcomer Kota Eberhardt. Veronica has booked an extended stay for rehabilitation at an isolated countryside manor, and though she and Desi have a private cabin on the grounds, Veronica is quite miffed that there are other guests in the main house ... with odd therapy sessions led by Tirador (played by an almost unrecognizable Rupert Everett).

Almost immediately, strange things begin to occur and much of it is related to the earth and ground. The mud seems to have supernatural effects on Veronica's visions and dreams. This is explained as healing power due to the heavy presence of ashes from witches burned at the stake many years prior. The memories of a traumatic event return to Veronica. She was a child actor in a film by the legendary Hathbourne (the always great Malcolm McDowell), and now he is re-casting for a remake of that film. So as Veronica faces her perceived loss of femininity at the edge of scalpel, she's also dealing with fears of aging as the same filmmaker recreates a project she is now too old for.

Symbolism is entrenched in the film, and the approach to Veronica's revenge on Hathbourne is handled through mysticism that can't easily be explained ... though it's a welcome new approach to the #metoo movement. One of my favorite aspects of the film is how the initial gulf between Veronica and Desi gradually changes as the two generations of women bond over their strength. Italian 'Master of Horror' Dario Argento is a producer on the film, and though we don't know what input he had, it's quite a compliment to Ms. Colbert to state her debut film deserves to be mentioned alongside his.

Read more IMDb reviews

No comments yet

Be the first to leave a comment