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Woodshock (2017)

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A haunted young woman spirals in the wake of profound loss, torn between her fractured emotional state and the reality-altering effects of a potent cannabinoid drug.
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A haunted young woman spirals in the wake of profound loss, torn between her fractured emotional state and the reality-altering effects of a potent cannabinoid drug.

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for drug use, language and a scene of violence | See all certifications »
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22 September 2017 (USA)  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$12,247, 24 September 2017, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$42,603, 12 October 2017
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2.35 : 1
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Scenes were shot in the town of Arcata in Humboldt County, located in Northern California, which is where the Mulleavy sisters grew up. See more »

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Enchanting and melancholic experimental arthouse goodness.
2 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

It's always very hard for me to rate and review these types of films, but I'll try my absolute best here. A lot of people will not like this movie, as it is clearly not intended for the mass appeal. These art films rely almost entirely on aesthetic elements such as intricate and thought-provoking visuals, unconventional use of symbolism, creative directing, imaginative editing and experimental music. Here we have a surprisingly strong directorial debut by the Mulleavy sisters. The film is beautifully directed and edited all the way through. Some of the scenes are very artistic and aesthetically pleasing. The plot becomes hard to follow at times, but that is something you would totally expect in a film like this, as the main focus is clearly the art direction and production design. Peter Raeburn crafted a beautiful score that fits perfectly with the atmosphere and overall tone of the film. Acting is a bit weak at times by some of the supporting characters, but Kirsten Dunst delivers an amazing performance as you would expect from her in a leading role. If you're in the mood for a sad and melancholic arthouse flick, go ahead and give this one a chance, it might be a pleasant surprise.


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