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Italy 2012
produced by
Marco Rosson, Germana Gandini, Enrica Rosson (executive), Franco Nero (associate), Roberto Rosson (associate), Carla Martinetti (associate) for Tacci Films
directed by Marco Rosson
starring Franco Nero, David Wurawa, Margherita Remotti, Federico Rossi, Tatiana Luter, James Kelly
written by Marco Rosson, music by Francesco Piccolo, Riccardo Rossi, special effects makeup by Eleonorita Acquaviva

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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2033: A deadly virus has killed off most of humankind, a virus so obscure that nobody really knows what it might be. There are people who are for whatever reason immune though ... so an eminent scientist collects five of them - Thomas (David Wurawa), Alice (Margherita Remotti), Robert (James Kelly), Mark (Federico Rossi) and Betty (Tatiana Luter) - and pretty much hides them away in a cabin in the woods where they are monitored 24/7 by in-built devices. However, the scientist falls into a coma eventually, and his colleague professor Van Morgen (Franco Nero) continues where he has left off - but the more Van Morgen decides to make sense of it, the less he seems to be able to.

Meanwhile at the cabin, not everything goes as alright as it should, as its five inhabitants increasingly get on one another's nerves. Then one of them, Robert, dies in a hunting accident, which seriously hurts group dynamics - and especially Betty is heart-broken because she was kind of in love with Robert. What's worse though is that all groupmembers seem to start seeing paranormal apparitions, and develop ESP abilities. This is too much for Betty, who eventually kills herself. Mark in the meantime has really lost his marbles, and now he wants to rape Alice - which leads to a three-way fight between him, Alice and Thomas, who has long been in (unrequited) love with Alice.

Professor Van Morgen realizes he has to intervene, also because he starts to suspect his comatose colleague's experiments are the very cause for his test subjects' behaviour. What he finds out though when he arrives at the cabin in the woods is beyond even his comprehension ...

 

Even if some of the concepts presented in New Order are a bit on the esoteric side and might not be to everybody's liking, beneath everything else this is a tight little thriller, taking full advantage of its limited sets and small cast, and relying much less on action and special effects than atmosphere and good old-fashioned suspense. So whatever you may think about some of the film's ideas, at heart it's an amazingly tense thriller.

Recommended.

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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