ian!’s review published on Letterboxd:
A twisted avant-garde, psychological, demonic possession, horror film shot on a beautiful 16mm. Luz does a fantastic job on being surreal with a dream-like substance quite seamlessly throughout the 70min runtime. You might lose your sense of being awake or asleep and find yourself fixated in-between the realm of Luz.
The performance by Jan Bluthardt as the doctor gives off a truly menacing, dreadful presence on screen. The soundtrack carries a deep, atmospheric, drone-like 80s synth score that reminded me of It Follows, Disasterpiece.
Looking forward to catching Tilman Singer’s future works. He definitely has a creative-eye on the genre. Check out Luz!