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As a fan of Travis Stevens' (@travisstevens) work, especially his previous effort Jakob's Wife, I was excited to learn that he was directing A Wounded Fawn and assembled a fantastic cast consisting of Josh Ruben (@joshruben), Sarah Lind, and Malin Barr, among others.
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I feel I may need to rewatch this. I had heard so much hype for this film that I think what I imagined it to be was not the film I watched.
What I did watch I enjoyed, but I wasn't swept away by this film.
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I really enjoyed how nuanced this film was. Overall, the pacing was pretty slow, but the horror of this film slowly creeps up on you. Kind of like lotion on the skin. Not a whole lot of exciting stuff happening on the surface, but deep within, you feel it. You feel the paranoia of thinking someone's watching you when you're alone. You feel the predation of something foul in the air, and dare you say its name, dare you believe…
A bare noir full of gigantic ideas. Long love the new flesh. Long live the new sex.