Young Laurin lives with her grandmother in a little harbour town at the start of the 20th century. Her father, a sailor, is always absent and her mother died mysteriously in a strange accident. Suddenly young children start vanishing from the town.
Laurin is a true noir gem, and its too long invisibility is staggering. How could such a film, superbly directed by the then young 24 year old Robert Sigl and recipient of the Bavarian Film Award on its release remain hidden for so long ? Finally shown in France , this venomous treasure calls for urgent rehabilitation and is reminiscent of Spirit of the Beehive and Bava's, Argento's and Margheriti's best films.
Directed by: Robert Sigl. Produced by: Andreas Bareiss, Bernie Stampfer. Screenplay by: Robert Sigl, Ádám Rozgonyi. Editing: Teri Losonci. Photography: Nyika Jancsó. Music by: Hans Jansen, Jacques Zwart. With: Dóra Szinetár, Brigitte Karner, Károly Eperjes, Hédi Temessy, Barnabás Tóth.
6 September 2019 16:45
In the presence of the director
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