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Saturday, July 14, 2018

The Skin of the Wolf


Ever wonder what a solitary, primitive life would be like for a man living in an abandoned mountain village? This film lays in out in excruciating detail. Two women get inserted into the story, but I don't think there two dozen words spoken in the whole film. Some people don't need a great deal of conversation. Hollywood Reporter has a review. I don't agree with many of the suppositions. It could very well be a current event, although you would have to work pretty hard to avoid everything from the 20th century.

Via Netflix

1 comment:

Unknown said...

The primal "wolf" is in all of us...even the father who lived in the village with his family, gives up two daughters of them to protect himself....she poisoned the Trapper to protect herself...Yes, we are seperated from the animals and are supposed to be humanly different...gentle and kind...but alas>>> as the movie shows us, we are not.