John Law, Blu de Golyer (consulting) for Kid Kalifornia Productions
directed by John Law
starring Zelda Adams, Stephen O'Donnell, John Law, Billy Magee, Michael Hall, Dorino Lupinetti, Billy M. Magee, Randall Jowers, Thomas Burnham, Max Portman, Judy Rosen, Damon McClain, Lulu Adams, Harriet Wiser, Mike Hall sr, Eva Low
written, music and special effects by John Law
Available on DVD !
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Blackfoot Territory, somewhen in the 1800s: A bunch of soldiers cross
the snow-covered countryside, short on food and half freezing to death -
so they decide to hang their prisoner of war (John Law), just to not have
to feed him through. Later they run into a family of women and demand
food. The women give what they can, but the soldiers deem it not enough
and kill them before wandering on. Later they'll sacrifice another of
their own, just to be able to go on faster.
A girl (Zelda Adams), daughter of the slaughtered family, stumbles upon
the remains of her mother and sisters, and wants justice. But God, whom
she has been faithful to all her life, doesn't seem to hear her - but the
Devil does, and he brings the dead prisoner of war back to life, who will
be the immortal soldier on the girl's road to vengeance ...
Now I'm not sure what you're expecting reading a synopsis like
the above, but I'm almost sure not what the film really is: Morbid poetry
put into pictures, moving along slowly but being all the more eerie for it
- which makes this into a highly unusual movie, brought to life by
atmospheric filmmaking making the best use of its very spartan locations,
suitable underacting by all the involved, bloody outbursts in all the
right places, and a creepy score to go with everything. Basically, it's a
film like none other - but if you're at all into the macabre, it needs to
By the way, Blu de Golyer, consulting producer of
the movie and writer of the award winning thriller House
Of Good And Evil, is currently writing on a prequel - which should
be fascinating in its own right.
Oh, and you might want to check out the trailer