Season of the Witch Reviews
There is more to the idea of this film then witchcraft. witchcraft is just the Pandora's box that leads to a turn into darker, suppressed pins and needles.
Basically, this film is about a housewife the 1970s, whose life is passing by her. She finds independence through practicing witchcraft.
This is an important feminist film with powerful symbolism.
One of the most important parts of the film is actually in the opening credits.
The main character is following her husband around, serving him tea, while he reads the paper.
This segment of the film is very powerful, surreal, and thought provoking.
It is a huge statement of what is was to be a housewife during that era.