Gorgeous, queer, romantic fantasia. A tale of those treated as inhuman finding a connection in troubled times.
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"It's not scary."
"It cares more about style than substance."
"It loses itself in the second act."
A delicious blend of romantic drama and haunted house films of an era long gone, with splashes of horror from a multitude of decades. It's beautiful, melancholy, and all too enjoyable to dismiss solely based on predictability. Assuming you allow the red snow to envelop you like a good old friend, you'll have a lovely time.