The Brothers Grimm would be proud.
Our own Meagan Navarro reviewed it here, but now we’ve cooked up a trailer showcasing Oscilloscope Labs new creeper, NOVEMBER.
Based on Estonian writer Andrus Kivirähk’s best-selling 2004 novel Rehepapp, this medieval fable of a film looks like THE WITCH as directed by David Lynch.
The trailer shows off why NOVEMBER won the Best Cinematography award at the Tribeca Film Festival. It’s a gorgeous black and white period piece set in 19th Century Estonia, where love attempts to blossom in a supernatural world of ghosts, demons and monsters.
NOVEMBER made its festival premiere at Fantasia in 2017. It opens in New York on February 23rd and in Los Angeles a week later, on March 2nd. The Director is Rainer Sarnet who has a strong resume of international writing and directing credits going back to the late 90s.
Intrigued? Then light a candle and step into the mystery of NOVEMBER.