LOVELY, DARK, AND DEEP (Fantasia Fest 23) – Review by Nadine Whitney

Lovely, Dark, and Deep is an extraordinary debut for writer/director Teresa Sutherland. It is magnificent in both its haunting visuals and sophisticated script. Essentially relying on star Georgina Campbell to carry almost every scene, the film allows for Campbell’s external and internal point of view to be the locus for the horror and Campbell delivers the right amount of increasing terror as what is supposed to bring peace becomes an unending nightmare

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