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      2021 1h 50m Drama Mystery & Thriller List
      88% Tomatometer 8 Reviews In the midst of nowhere, five men are stuck in a snowstorm. One has to cross the Woods to reach town, but that’s insane in the midst of winter: the road is snowed over, you can get lost and freeze, the wolves are hungry and can be heard howling all night long, and who knows what other creatures roam these woods…? Still, early that morning, Petar Motorov must have harnessed his sleigh and headed to town. Nobody saw him leave, but the falling snow still hasn’t fully erased his tracks. But when the sleigh returns, Petar Motorov isn’t on it. Inside the men find only Motorov’s fur coat, his shotgun, and the frozen carcass of a wolf. Where is Petar Motorov, and what has happened to him? There’s only one way to find out… Read More Read Less

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      Anton Bitel Little White Lies ...becomes a puzzlebox for the viewer, drawing us into its compounding enigmas and demanding that we think our way out of hermetic spaces in which we, along with the characters, have become lost. Jan 26, 2023 Full Review Peter Bradshaw Guardian Paounov maintains the movie’s intense fixity of mood, and the effect is arresting. Rated: 3/5 Jan 24, 2023 Full Review Savina Petkova WeLoveCinema January uses the arsenal of fiction and all its gorgeous artifice to get to the core of a humanistic truth – there is no bigger mystery than man. Rated: 4/5 Mar 13, 2023 Full Review Graham Fuller The Arts Desk Doomy it may be, but Paunov’s allegorical folk chiller is also a joy -- a playful grim fairytale that disturbs the imagination more than the viscera. Rated: 4/5 Feb 1, 2023 Full Review Andrew Murray The Upcoming By the point we reach a head-scratching scene that references Kubrick’s The Shining, it becomes impossible to tell how much of this tale viewers are supposed to take seriously. Rated: 3/5 Jan 30, 2023 Full Review Jennie Kermode Eye for Film Adapting Yordan Radichkov’s spiky 1974 play, co-writer/director Andrey Paounov creates a tremendous atmosphere. Rated: 4/5 Jan 27, 2023 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis In the midst of nowhere, five men are stuck in a snowstorm. One has to cross the Woods to reach town, but that’s insane in the midst of winter: the road is snowed over, you can get lost and freeze, the wolves are hungry and can be heard howling all night long, and who knows what other creatures roam these woods…? Still, early that morning, Petar Motorov must have harnessed his sleigh and headed to town. Nobody saw him leave, but the falling snow still hasn’t fully erased his tracks. But when the sleigh returns, Petar Motorov isn’t on it. Inside the men find only Motorov’s fur coat, his shotgun, and the frozen carcass of a wolf. Where is Petar Motorov, and what has happened to him? There’s only one way to find out…
      Director
      Andrey Paounov
      Screenwriter
      Andrey Paounov, Alex Barrett
      Genre
      Drama, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Bulgarian
      Runtime
      1h 50m