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Unsettling Arthouse Horror ‘The Eyes Of My Mother’ Debuts A Trailer



Unsettling Arthouse Horror 'The Eyes Of My Mother' Debuts A Trailer

Nicolas Pesce’s brilliant The Eyes Of My Mother has just debuted an official trailer, which is currently playing at the London Film Festival, and is one arthouse horror that we think you might enjoy. You can check out the disturbing trailer below!

Here’s more information about The Eyes Of My Mother from London Film Festival website, and you can get your tickets here.

“On a secluded cattle farm in an undisclosed village, young Francisca lives a sheltered life with her mother and father. While her father is somewhat distant, Francisca’s loving mother, a former Portuguese surgeon, teaches her daughter about religion and anatomy. One afternoon, Francisca’s serene existence is shattered by a violent encounter, which leaves her profoundly disturbed and rouses within her a morbid curiosity that slowly evolves over the years that follow. Invoking the rural dread of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the grim poetry of Nekromantik and the expressionistic stylings of The Night of the Hunter, Nicolas Pesce’s extraordinary monochrome debut is a dream (nightmare?) come true for any discerning horror fan. But while Pesce clearly knows his horror history, he brings with him a point of view that is most certainly his own, ensuring this grimly melancholic slice of arthouse exploitation is as consistently surprising as it is darkly beautiful.”

The film stars Diana Agostini, Olivia Bond, Will Brill, Joey Curtis-Green, Flora Diaz, Kika Magalhaes, Paul Nazak, and Clara Wong.




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