Shudder With This Exclusive Clip From Venice And Toronto Selection GOODNIGHT MOMMY (ICH SEH ICH SEH)

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Do you have an issue with insects? If so it may be wise for you to steer clear of the exclusive clip we are about to share from the Ulrich Siedl produced Goodnight Mommy (Ich Seh Ich Seh). Directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala and a selection of both the Venice and Toronto film festivals, word is already beginning to circulate about this one being a dark little piece of genre cinema sure to get tongues wagging and not at all the sort of thing we commonly associate with Austrian film. This clip would appear to bear that out.

In the heat of summer. An isolated house in the countryside between woods and corn fields. Ten-year-old twins wait for their mother. When she comes back, her head wrapped in bandages after plastic surgery, nothing is as it was before. Stern and distant now, she shuts the family off from the outside world. Starting to doubt that this woman is actually their mother, the boys are determined to find the truth by any means.
Two deluded children and a helpless woman wrapped in bandages? Nothing could possibly go wrong in that situation, right? Right? Take a look below.
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