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The Last Thing Mary Saw

USA 2021
produced by
Isen Robbins, Aimee Schoof, Harrison Allen, Madeleine Schumacher, Stephen Tedeschi, Scoop Wasserstein (executive), Joseph Michael Lagana (executive), Mike Nichols (executive), Keryn Redstone (executive) for Intrinsic Value Films, Arachnid Films, Island View Productions
directed by Edoardo Vitaletti
starring Stefanie Scott, Isabelle Fuhrman, Judith Roberts, P.J. Sosko, Carolyn McCormick, Michael Laurence, Elijah Rayman, Stephen Lee Anderson, Tommy Buck, Shane Coffey, Dawn McGee, Daniel Pearce, Rory Culkin, Philip Hoffman, Matthew Stannah, Sebastian Beacon
written by Edoardo Vitaletti, music by Keegan DeWitt

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Southold, New York, 1843: Mary (Stefanie Scott), a young woman with bandaged bleeding eyes, is questioned about the death of her grandmother (Judith Roberts), but the story she tells soon becomes much bigger than just a family tragedy ...

Mary has lived a pretty much joyless life, under the thumb of her elders, wannabe devout Christians who have forced their version of Christianity not only on their family but even their servants, relying on severe punishment if the word of the Lord alone isn't strong enough. Mary finds some solace in maid Eleanor (Isabelle Fuhrman), and the two fall in love, but living under one roof with the whole family, their private moments are rare, and if caught their punishment is grave - with ultimately grandmother destroying Eleanor's vocal chords. And this is pretty much the seed for the two young women's idea to retaliate. However, there are forces at work beneath the surface much more sinister than two women's rightful thirst for revenge, and thus things can only end in tragedy ...


A rather impressive piece of horror cinema as it stays away from genre conventions, both on a narrative and aesthetic level, instead takes its time to build up its story, feeding bits of it to the audience more in hints than by spelling things out, and the real horror here is not brought across by spectacle but by a constant air of unease - thus the slow, meandering pace and the rather artsy aesthetics fit the approach very well to make this an unusual and quite remarkable genre piece.


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