According to Wikipedia, the White Stork can fly up to an altitude of 4.8 km, the Andean Condor can fly up to 6.5 km and Rüppell's Vulture up to 11.3 km. That's fine, that's how they are.
This movie also has its maximum altitude... and that's fine.
The story here is something we've all seen before: a young girl gets murdered and an inspector postpones his retirement to find the killer, because that's what the family and the people from the village want... but the way it's presented is on another level.
The movie is shot in black&white on celluloid that appears to have been beyond its shelf-life. It's made in 1990, but it feels like it's made in the 50s by someone on a real tight…
Well, it's been a while since I've heard such honest conversations in a movie. That guy can write a line or two!
He can also mess with your head. He can make you feel smart: "Oh, that's why he's going nuts. Oh, I understand... I've seen that before!"
Anyway, best Karaoke scene ever!
Don't expect a bunch of jump-scares in this movie, but rather a simmering feeling of unease, silence and loneliness.
There's long and dark corridors, suspicious and nasty glances from colleagues, dark woods, quietly closing doors and folklore.
There's a constant feeling that something terrible will happen, but... patience! If you're in a hurry, then this is not your movie.
At the end, many questions remained, but that did not bother me at all.