Young Swedish woman Alice travels with her abusive American boyfriend in the Balkans. As their relationship goes from bad to worse, Alice drifts more and more into an emotional void, which leads to violent repercussions. Lost in a strange land among bizarre characters she’s forced to confront aspects of herself she’s utterly afraid of. As abuse and humiliations increase she no longer has a choice. Who will be the next victim? Alice herself or all of those who have ruthlessly exploited her?
This haunting psychological horror film is the most recent addition to our collection by Carl Abrahamsson, who also directed Into the Devil’s Den and Change Itself: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. You can also check out his Interview with Lucien Greaves to learn more about Carl’s connection to Satanism and how it influences his life and his art.
Trailer for Steven Leyba's performance art piece, A Curse on Nestle.
Live lecture courtesy of Salem Horror Fest.
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Live panel discussion courtesy of Salem Horror Fest 2020.