US 2019 | 114 Min | DCP
Metro Historisch
Sa, 28.09. | 23:00
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Indie horror wunderkind Larry Fessenden has been in over one hundred films, and as a producer has made a directing career possible for many, from Ti West to Jim Mickle. Every few years he makes a film of his own and shows the world how to be as autonomous as possible and work with the tightest of budgets. Depraved throws the central myth of Frankenstein’s monster into the present and digs itself deep into the profoundly humanist novel by Mary Shelley with feeling and intelligence. The “monster” is called Adam and was sewn together by a heavily traumatized war veteran, yet soon the pharma industry comes knocking, looking to make a profit from the successful (?) experiment – with dramatic consequences.

Larry Fessenden
is an award-winning writer, director, producer and editor. His writer/director credits among others include the award-winning art-horror trilogy No Telling (1991), Habit (1997) and Wendigo (2001) as well as The Last Winter (2006). Also he wrote the screenplay of Orphanage (2007) with Guillermo del Toro. Fessenden was awarded the 2007 Sitges Film Festival Maria Award for his work as a producer, actor and director in genre film, and he won the 2009 Golden Hammer Award for “being such an inspiring force in the industry.”
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Language eOV
Director Larry Fessenden
Cast David Call, Joshua Leonard, Alex Breaux,
Writer Larry Fessenden
Editing Larry Fessenden
Cinematography James Siewert, Chris Skotchdopole
Metro Historisch
Sa, 28.09. | 23:00