Hour of the Wolf

★☆☆☆ – (1968) – An artist has visions of his troubled past while castle inhabitants woo him into their cult. The meaning is best left to tortured film school students, as the scenes fail to compose a general point. Asks questions that the sluggish pace makes hard to answer. Artsy fartsy befuddlement.

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