Wild

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Synopsis

Lost in a world of her own, Ania is a socially awkward young woman on the brink of disconnection. But a mysterious encounter with a wolf leaves her enchanted. Unable to resist, she begins to shed the skin of her past self, ripping herself from the confines of civilisation with an anarchistic hunger, and plunging headfirst into a life without inhibitions.

Director Nicolette Krebitz weaves a dark and magical fable of urban decay and deep rooted animalism that cuts at the very heart of modern society. By drawing out atmospheric tensions, Krebitz conjures a stunningly visceral scene of carnal surrender in tones of gold and concrete. She serves up a delicious dance between beauty and the beast that not only intrigues and captivates, but most of all, empowers.

Credits

  • web-6-wild-director Nicolette Krebitz is a German actress and director born and raised in Berlin. Her second feature, The Heart Is A Dark Forest (2007), screened at the Berlin International Film Festival and won the Special Award at the German Film Critics Association Awards. Wild made its premiere in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
  • Bettina Brokemper
  • Nicolette Krebitz
  • Lilith Stangenberg, Georg Friedrich, Silke Bodenbender
  • Match Factory / Sergi Steegmann - sergi.steegmann@matchfactory.de

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