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Hypnosis, possession and more feature in the trailer for Luz


I love the look of this new film by Tilman Singer, which was shot on 16mm. Looks like a horror thriller from the Seventies and has a feel of early David Cronenberg, Dario Argento and John Carpenter.

A rainy night. A dazed and numb young cab driver, Luz, drags herself into the brightly lit entrance of a rundown police station. Across town in a nightspot, a woman seductively engages a police psychiatrist in a mysterious conversation. Later, supervised by his colleagues, the doctor puts Luz in a state of hypnosis that initiates a series of flashbacks, unfolding the events leading to her arrival. Bit by bit, Luz’s unorthodox interrogation makes old memories and demons come to light.

Directed by Tilman Singer, the film stars Luana Velis, Jan Bluthardt, Julia Riedler, Johannes Benecke, and Nadja Stubiger.

Luz Teaser from Yellow Veil Pictures on Vimeo.

Production design by Dario Mendez Acosta, photographed by Paul Faltz, original music by Simon Waskow, sound design by Jonas Lux & Henning Hein & Steffen Pfauth, executive produced by Mario von Grumbkow & Luisa Stricker, an Academy of Media Arts Cologne production, funded by Film- und Medienstiftung NRW.

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