Fever Dream (2021) 1080p

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Drama | Horror
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
93 min
IMDB Rating:
5.1 / 10 
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Directors: Claudia Llosa [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A young woman named Amanda lies in pain, while a young teenager named David urgently questions her, forcing her to unravel the truth of what happened to her. She is not his mother and he is not her son. Together they will reveal a disturbing and evocative tale of broken souls, an invisible lurking terror, and the fragile threads that bind parents and children. —chicagorob1


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Boring and opportunistic exploitation of eco-terror.

Fever Dream seems to be pieced together from fragments of other films, without it being possible to identify where and when things happen and to whom they happen. The movies seems more like a cold calculation to include all Spanish American nationalities so that no one feels excluded, and in the end they all are. It is a tedious but superficial film, with no merit beyond the occasional beauty of the odd isolated scene. A flawed, tenuous and irrelevant product.

How did this confuse people?

You can tell the negative reviewers were expecting a "horror movie" with "scares." Fever Dream is not a spooky ghost movie. It's a psychological drama with an element of magical realism. The story is very coherent and very clearly explained; it would only be confusing to someone who thinks "supernatural" elements must fit into a well established trope, like a curse or a haunting. The original novella had a more surreal, more disturbing sense of desperation, confusion and sadness that would be difficult to translate to film, and they didn't fully do it justice, but it's still competently made. Bottom line is that the book was better but the bad reviews are still mostly just clueless.

Creepy horror tale

It's a decent creepy cautionary horror tale reminding us that unintended consequences often accompany the best intentions. The film is another take on W. W. Jacobs', The Monkey's Paw. Unfortunately the 1980s slashers film has convoluted what younger people consider horror. Horror is equated to slasher horror films. But horror genre is much wider than this and traditionally consisted of cautionary tales about the evils that can result from tempting fate. Usually, these tales had a main idea behind it that could be applied to everyday life.

The film has good cinematography and the actors did a fine job. I personally enjoyed it. We just need to get past the nonsense that horror = blood splatter so that we get more original and creative stories on to film. If you are a mother, then you likely feel the sense of dread watching what happens in the film.
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