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DEODATO HOLOCAUST tells the story of the Italian filmmaker who unwittingly became a master of horror by making a movie so real, it was criminal. In examining the film career of Ruggero Deodato, this intimate, independent documentary seeks to better understand one of the world’s most controversial (sometimes even hated) filmmakers.
In this ode to ‘80s horror, a group of counselors accidentally unleash a decades’ old evil on the last night of summer camp. As the mayhem and madness turn bloody, the staff of Camp Briarbrook is forced to confront what stories are worth telling and what secrets worth keeping.
Gallego, castella 1909. Miguel, a young teacher, is assigned to a small mountain town on the border between Spain and Portugal: Lobosandaus, an inhospitable village with ancient traditions. He is a man of reason, but he cannot control his desires and, as winter approaches, he feels the darkness take over everything around him while his fascination with the enigmatic Dorinda grows. The strange death of a neighbor of the town frees a free spirit in search of a body that allows him to continue with his existence, which will lead Miguel to question the limits between the world of the living and the dead.