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A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night blends conventional elements into something brilliantly original -- and serves as a striking calling card for writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour.
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Artsy fartsy at its "best", nicely filmed and with some interesting choices of music, but with no plot to speak of and several scenes that just keep dragging on. Yawn.
Brilliant. I loved everything about it. So beautifully filmed.
The kind of failed artsy horror pulp Western in which even the stunning moments help make it feel all the more pretentious, silly and empty, and there is nothing more ridiculous than an Iranian feminist vampire wearing a chador - is that supposed to be ironic or just stupid?
Brilliantly shot in black and white, "A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night" is an impressive film playing less on black-and-white morality than on the many shades of gray inhabiting that black-and-white world. The film has great cinematography and Sheila Vand delivers a haunting performance as the vampire. It is a cool, edgy and intelligent re-imagining of the vampire genre, reminding me in many ways of "Kiss of The Damned" (2013). It's well worth watching if you are willing to see a dramatic, character-driven vampire movie that plays down the traditional horror and gore.
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