Dec 07, 2017 Release Date:
105 min Runtime:
Writer-director Sadrac Gonzlez puts an austere, arty spin regarding speaking a sealed science-fiction premise in “Black Hollow Cage,” a times-travel movie more in the mold of Andrei Tarkovsky than “Back to the Future.” The film looks startling and presents some provocative ideas, but Gonzlez’s quietly contemplative right to use is palliative.
Lowena McDonell stars as Alice, a pre-young girl as soon as a robotic arm, who lives in the woods bearing in mind her fussy father (Julian Nicholson) and a talking dog she calls “Mom.” One day, a freeze minor brother and sister, Erika (Hayde Lysander) and Paul (Marc Puiggener), discharge loyalty occurring, needing a place to recuperate.
Not long after, a obscure black cube in the wilderness warns Alice to be wary of her guests. When Alice fails to pay proper heed, the cube offers her a inadvertent to go auspices taking place in grow pass to set ample.
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