Spoor

Janina lives a secluded life in a mountain village close to the border between Poland and the Czech Republic where a series of mysterious crimes are committed. The bodies of her neighbors, mostly hunters, have been found in the snow surrounded by animal tracks. Janina is convinced that that nature has begun taking revenge on mankind, but nobody believes her outlandish theories. When the truth is revealed, however, the true power and message of the film come into sharp focus. Adapted from the Nobel Prize-winning novel ‘Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead’ by Olga Tokarczuk by the acclaimed feminist European director Agnieska Holland (Europa, Europa). In Polish and English. (128 mins)

“Sprawling, wildly beautiful, emotionally enveloping, SPOOR earns its vision of utopia. It would not be the most resonant and inspiring political film of the century if it did not give us hope.” – Amy Taubin, Film Comment

“A wildly entertaining eco-feminist crime caper, anchored by a winning lead performance from Agnieszka Mandat” – Katie Walsh, LA Times

“A film that’s strange, darkly funny and powerful. Imagine a pulpy murder story that’s also a utopian fable about feminism, social justice and ecology.” – John Powers, NPR

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