Going to a film festival can be tricky, because a lack of trailer means you can only rely on short and vague descriptions of films. “An inventive, genre-bending psychological sci-fi thriller” is a wide enough description that the resulting film could go really bad, or it could be like Freaks, which is both a timely social commentary, and a thrilling film about parenting with a little sci-fi touch. We follow Chloe (newcomer Lexy Kolker, who has a bright future ahead of her), a bold and precocious 7-year-old living with her dad (Emile Hirsch). While the walls of their depilated house are crumbling, Chloe and her dad seem to have a good relationship. Sure, he is overly protective, and a bit paranoid, but he … Read entire story.
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