Embrace the Darkness: The Complete (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Here are four provocative shorts from France’s most acclaimed young director, Francois Ozon (Water Drops on Burning Rocks, 8 Women). “X2000” (1998, 5 min.) - Three naked couples sleep, make love, and awake in an empty skyscraper littered with millennium party debris. The world is silent and pregnant with new possibilities. “Truth or Dare” (1994, 4 min.) - Four teens discover the pain and excitement of emerging sexuality while playing a harmless children’s game. “Little Death” (1995, 26 min.) - Paul, a young photographer, is estranged from his family. When his sister persuades him to visit his dying father in the hospital, Paul discovers that he can never escape his origins. “Bed Scenes” (1997, 26 min.) - A series of liberated comic sketches on sexual etiquette, unbridled passion, and post-coital after-tastes.
About Embrace the Darkness: The Complete (2003)
Starring: Embrace the Darkness
Runtime: 127 minutes