Berlinale 2017: Outstanding Anti-Hunting Polish Dark Comedy 'Spoor'

Spoor Movie Review

Vegetarian vengeance! I don’t even know how to begin to describe how much I loved this film. Spoor, also known as Pokot originally, is a film from Poland about an elderly former teacher who lives in a small town. She loves her two adorable dogs, but one day they go missing, and thus begins this thrilling story of animal lover vengeance. The cinematography in this film is STUNNING, some of the best since The Revenant, and I really mean that. Along with an incredibly unique score from Antoni Lazarkiewicz, and exceptional lead performance by Agnieszka Mandat-Grabka, this won’t be a film you forget. And that isn’t even the half of it – there’s so much I loved, and even if I can’t describe it all perfectly, I hope my enthusiasm is apparent. ›››

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