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The Huntress of Auschwitz

UK 2022
produced by
Richard John Taylor, Richard Watts-Joyce (executive), Rhian Watts-Joyce (executive), Mark Butler (executive), Arthur Leslie Lytton (executive), Beckett Charlie Lytton (executive), Jude William Lytton (executive) for Lytton Bros. Pictures, Hello Princess, Altis Film
directed by Richard John Taylor
starring Lowri Watts-Joyce, Jeffrey Charles Richards, Rula Lenska, Noel Brendan Mcalley, Steve Wraith, Charlie Bond, Paul Dewdney, John Battersby, Pete Stanhope, Nina Cranstoun, Jose Ubero, Alison Hughes
written by Richard John Taylor, music by Ryan Flynn

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, the English countryside: A young American tourist who calls herself Lucy (Lowri Watts-Joyce) has sprained her ankle during a hike and thus asks for help and assistance at the next farm she happens to pass. And Terry (Jeffrey Charles Richards), retired farmer and fellow American, is not only happy to help her with her ankle, he also invites her to food and drinks - drinks that are spiked though, and while she's out he masturbates over her limp body ... to again be the perfect gentleman the next morning though. So no big damage done ... until she drugs him back, ties him up, and reveals that she knows about his past, when he was known as Rudolf Tannhäuser and has not only "worked" at the Auschwitz concentration camp in World War II but has been one of the main butchers there, going so far as to kill newborns without breaking a sweat. But now it's payback time, as Lucy is working for Amelia Kaminska (Rula Lenska), a woman who has lost her baby sister to Tannhäuser back in the day, and has spent the last 60 years contemplating revenge, and Lucy can be as ruthless as Tannhäuser has been back in the day. Thing is, Tannhäuser still has a few tricks up his sleeve ...


A pretty cool revenge thriller that really reduces the genre-immanent cat-and-mouse story down to the bone, but thanks to an engaging script gets away with it still, finding just the right balance between suspense and sheer violence, and that's really more story based than going for spectacle - with the movie's underlying tension profiting from it immensely. And the beautiful but brooding outdoors setting as well as a solid cast (with veteran Rula Lenska deserving special praise) naturally work in the film's favour, making this one pretty cool watch.


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