Movie Review: DARKNESS FALLS (2016)

Festival Reviews

  MOVIE POSTERDARKNESS FALLS, 15min, Sweden, Sci-Fi/Thriller
Directed by Jarno Vinsencius

Melissa suffers from amnesia. When she slowly regains her memory, the world isn’t what it supposed to be. Darkness Falls is the winner of best Sci-Fi Picture award at OutlantaCon Short Film Festival 2016 and nominated for best Sci-Fi picture at SCI-ON! Film Festival 2016. Darkness Falls is also the winner of Best Cinematography at Roswell Film Festival 2016.

Shown at the September 2016 Sci-Fi/Fantasy FEEDBACK Film Festival

Movie Review by Kierston Drier

 
Darkness Fall, a Swedish film directed by Jarno Vinsencius is the compelling tale of Melissa, a woman with amnesia who wakes up in a forest with no idea who she is. She regains her memory with the help of an in-the-know male counterpart who sends her an anonymous letter offering aid. Our heroic duo is seemingly always on the run from some ominous enemy, as they frequently…

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