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Equal measures demonic-possession thriller, experiment in formalist rigor, and flummoxing narrative puzzle-box.
It's comprised of numerous searing images, the immediate result of Singer's thrilling precision with all aspects across the board.
Unapologetically strange and utterly fearless.
A refreshing take on demonic possession in which the usual fright-flick cliches are nowhere to be found.
If you're willing to go with it, there's an exhilaration at the sheer audacity of a filmmaker bringing this kind of storytelling perspective to bear on a genre picture.
The devil is in the detail, but unravelling it requires seeing through a lot of literal smoke and mirrors, and traversing the film's disorienting use of space and soundscape to its stripped-down, almost Brechtian core of genre.
It's a sensual, hellish vision of demonic obsession that's ambiguous and artsy without ever forgetting to be entertaining.
Thanks to Singer's skills and two unwavering performances from Velis and Blurhardt, Luz is a striking, impressive debut.
A thesis film from a graduation student that's good enough to escape into the real world.
Luz is one freak-without-a-leash, non-conventional horror dive that grows stronger as unknowns pile up.
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