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I Hear the Trees Whispering

Hungary / UK / USA / Norway 2022
produced by
Jon Vangdal Aamaas, Gergö Elekes, József Gallai, Parvez Zabier, Roy McClurg jr (executive) for Elekes Pictures, Da Yamms Entertainment, Saxon Productions, Nguyen Bros. Production, Welkin Productions
directed by József Gallai
starring Gábor Varga (voice), Laura Saxon (voice), Larry Hankin, Bill Oberst jr (voice), Anita Tóth, Jon Vangdal Aamaas, Nyell, Beáta Boldog, Zsófia Gallai, Laura Ellen Wilson (voice), Pete Baez (voice), Joseph Richmond (voice), Anais Jessica Berinde (voice), Mindy Dougherty (voice), Shawn Michael Clankie (voice)
written by József Gallai, music by Gergö Elekes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

To escape his troubled past, Will (Gábor Varga) accepts a job as supervisor over a vast but insignificant strip of woods far away from civilisation - so remote indeed that it's unlikely for him to even bump into random hikers. Now this is fine by him as he needs some time off people to get his shit back together. Will's only contact to the outer world is the woman on the other end of his radio, June (Laura Saxon), and to Will's surprise, he enjoys talking to her - also because her voice reminds him of his deceased wife. Thing is, after a time, Will notices he's not as alone in the woods as he's supposed to be and as he hoped to be really, but what's worse, whoever it is seems to be after him - and it might be someone from the very past he's trying to run away from ...


An atmosphere-heavy piece of horror cinema, one that really puts mood above everything else, as actually there isn't all that much happening on screen, what we see mostly is point of view shots of a walk through the woods, accompanied by conversation with an unseen woman about this and that, and even when things to happen, there's little spectacle to be head - and yet this film is very effective, thanks to its very well-filmed creepy locale, thanks to a careful narrative build-up that leads to an ending that comes as a total surprise, and also thanks to well-written dialogue that keeps things interesting throughout. In all, a rather unusual but very rewarding genre film.


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