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When Jazmin Moreno, the programmer for Austin Film Society Cinema’s “Lates” series (“the new cult film canon”) introduced the recent, sold-out screening of Andrzej Żuławski’s Na srebrnym globie (On the Silver Globe), she said that, if you were so fortunate as to have seen the film before its 2016 restoration by original director of photography Andrzej Jaroszewicz, you likely only saw a heavily yellowed print and not in a complete translation. 2,622 more words
WIHM REVIEW- Possession: Isabelle Adjani delivers an explosive performance as a woman dissatisfied with domesticity
Andrzej Żuławski explores the turbulent breakdown of marriage in his shocking psychological horror Possession. Boasting explosive performances from his two leads, Isabelle Adjani is a force of nature, shifting chameleon-like between her two roles as sweet school teacher and maniacal ex-wife. 469 more words
A comparison between two Berlin-based art-house horror films: Luca Guadagino’s recent Suspiria remake, and Andrzej Zulawski’s cult classic Possession.
‘I know a man who loved everything and
he died in a flood of shit.’
A few minutes into Possession, I had to turn the volume down for fear that my neighbours were going to call the police. 634 more words
This article contains spoilers for the entirety of the film.
Andrzej Żuławski’s 1981 horror film Possession defies easy analysis. The events of the film are straightforward, if odd; it’s certainly more grounded than other surreal horror films like Begotten or Eraserhead. 3,110 more words