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Austria, Luxembourg · 2021
1h 38m
Director Stefan Ruzowitzky
Starring Murathan Muslu, Liv Lisa Fries, Marc Limpach, Max von der Groeben
Genre Crime, History, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Peter Perg returns home to Vienna after WW1, having spent years as a prisoner of war. A stranger in his hometown, his life takes a turn for the worse when one of his former comrades is murdered. Suddenly the mysterious killings of veterans are mounting, and Perg decides to bring the killer to justice.

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Film Threat by Alan Ng

Its complicated story, hero, and visual style are a great reminder of the beautiful thrillers birthed during the Golden Age of Hollywood, albeit with the help of modern technology to pull it off with a modest indie budget.


Variety by Jay Weissberg

As impressive as Homefront is in the way it envisions a distorted world, its fully-realized digital design is all exterior display, whereas Expressionism at its best transforms disturbed psychological states into a nightmarish reality.


Screen Daily by Neil Young

It takes a little while to adjust to the film’s strong and deliberately oppressive stylistic approach, but Hinterland successfully avoids being swallowed up by its own aesthetic via the narrative’s propulsive momentum and the magnetic central performance by Muslu.

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