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Film Review - The Love Witch


Anna Biller isn’t only the writer and director of “The Love Witch,” she’s also pretty much the entire crew. As DIY a cinematic effort as I’ve seen in recent memory, “The Love Witch” not only has a defined point of view, but a level of craftsmanship not typically found in low-budget independent productions. The film looks terrific, nailing its intent to be a throwback offering of late-1960s Euro-style exploitation, with Billet taking complete ownership of the movie, from visuals to themes. Her editorial skills leave much to be desired, but when the stitching, hammering, painting, and writing is all done by the same person, it’s not surprising to find a feature that’s terrified to cut away from anything, fearful of losing focus on what must’ve been overwhelming work.  Read the rest at


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