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Critic Reviews for Sennentuntschi
the ingenious narrative of Switzerland's very first genre film winds, twists and doubles back on itself like a treacherous mountain pass, always clinging close to the edge of its own elaborate ambiguities.
Audience Reviews for Sennentuntschi
(aka Curse of the Alps.) Purportedly Switzerland's first genre film, this brilliant telling of a mythological tale filtered through two generations of a small village in the Alps is directed, acted, scored and edited with utmost skill and economy. The legend of the 'stick girl', brought unto the world for the sole purpose of serving it's (male) creators, both domestically and sexually, is fascinatingly told through flashbacks and asides, with a brilliant use of timeframes that only becomes clear the longer the film is on. There's some disturbing content here but also scope for laughs amidst the grisly details. Sennentuntischi is sure to become a future alongside two other great modern, grown-up fables - May and Pan's Labyrinth springing to mind. One of the highlights of the FilmFour FrightFest 2011.
A typical horror flick based on an ancient legend. The story keeps changing its track chronologically, but it neither added to the style nor to the subject matter of the film for me. IMO, this Abracadabra is avoidable.
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