The Forbidden Girl (2013) is a English movie. Till Hastreiter has directed this movie. Peter Gadiot,Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen,Klaus Tange,Jeanette Hain are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. The Forbidden Girl (2013) is considered one of the best Fantasy,Horror,Mystery movie in India and around the world.
The son of a fundamentalist pastor becomes addicted to an irresistible witch. If he gives in to his temptation, he will be doomed to eternal life on the dark side.
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I'm really surprised by this movie. It is 'bad' in many aspects, but is also really WTF worthy. The cinematography is really quite good. There are completely amazing scenes and then... it gets 'bad' again (e.g. contrived, writing, etc.). Still, the thing is, every time the movie gets 'bad' all of a sudden there's a completely WTF scene and I'm amazed. I have to say that I have not recently come across a movie that is so bad and good at the same time. It's almost schizophrenic. I recommend a watch/rent. There may be genius here. Also it's entertaining which is more than I can say for most crappy big-budget movies lately. I haven't watched the end yet, but hopefully it wraps up all this craziness. Edit: I'm sort of convinced that this is a brilliant film disguised as a bad movie. I'm not sure what I'm watching, which is impressive. It's really weird. I'm going to say that this is a great flick that may someday achieve cult status.
I personally found this movie to be boring and very predictable. It comes off as being very amateur in most every respect possible. The movie is full of Very bad visual effects (blue filters for night scenes and what looks like a pencil drawn sky) , predictable plot lines, and very embarrassing acting make this movie not worth watching. I wouldn't recommend this movie unless you are very bored or need something to be put on the background while you work. There are some subtle nude scenes (breasts and underwear), no swearing, very little gore and some poor attempts at "creepy" It is asking me for 10 lines and there is not that much more I can really say about this movie.
This is one of those movies that never provides any kind of satisfactory sense of what is going on. One minute the kid is at home (in what seems like an insane asylum, or a cult), the next he's in a real insane asylum, then next moment he's in some house trying to get a job as a Tutor, who knows for what. Suddenly he's a prisoner in this house, but he seems to have no problem with it. Lots of bizarre stuff happens with no connecting plot links, it's all very arbitrary and random. It's as if the writer had several ideas and played them all out as he narrowed down what one to finally end the movie on. Which, when you discover the plot revealed at the end, makes the majority of the movie seem completely nonsensical. It is truly a bad movie; some movies can even be so bad they're good, but not this one, it's just a lousy waste of time. It finally ended rather in a rather cliché way and I asked myself for the hundredth time "really? what the hell?!".. And as for the other reviews touting the "WTF!?" quality of this movie. They must either have some really good drugs, or they are just really easily amazed. There were no good WTF scenes. I could understand if this movie had some actual entertaining WTF scenes, but these weren't like that. These were the lame "WTF? that made no sense! why am i watching this piece of crap?!" kind of WTF scenes. A movie that is just mind-numbingly confusing and convoluted does not make it GOOD. In fact it was so bad, I took it upon myself to come write this review to warn others not to waste their time too!
I have to admit there were some good elements to this movie, mainly the cinematography. The architecture of the house was amazing; I wonder where they found it. But the script- after wondering a while what happened to it, I finally surmised that much of it was either written as they filmed or it was ad-libbed in parts,and not very well. The actress that played Laura was very easy on the eyes but her little girl voice was a bit distracting. The dialog was so bad that most of the actors throughout the whole movie whispered their lines as if they were too embarrassed to speak them and the volume was so low that I couldn't understand most of it.I searched the internet for subtitles without any luck. This could have been a good movie but there were too many lost opportunities (a little more nudity would have been nice).
I'm not really sure what I just watched. I did enjoy myself though. As the first reviewer said quite accurately, the cinematography alone is worth it. There's a superbly eerie quality to many of the shots, and ditto for the set, prop, and makeup designs. Some elements are downright visionary. The main actors do a great job, especially Klaus Tange, who hits some authentically demonic high notes, and Roger Tebb's fanatic priest is also great. Jytte-Merle Böhrnsen (there's a mouthful) is devilishly delightful as the fair young maiden, and the cinematographer did some wonderful things with closeups of her beautiful facial expressions. The realism falls a little flat in certain areas, most noticeably in the few "night" shots that are much too plainly day shots with a blue filter (it's not even a terribly dark blue). Some other visual effects are also a little cartoonish. It's easy for a person like me to forgive those issues because I love watching a cryptic and unpredictable story unfold; and that, if anything, describes this movie. A dense myriad of clues are presented and it's not easy to figure out what might actually be going on. The point of the whole thing is spelled out in the end, sort of, but it's still not quite clear how it all fit together. This is one of those movies where you Google afterwards for possible explanations. If you like to be intrigued this is worth your time.