Jaoquin Cocina and Cristobal Leon’s ‘The Wolf House’ Available Soon in Theaters

Coming soon to theaters from KimStim and directors Joaquin Cocina and Cristobal Leon is an animated horror film from Chili called The Wolf House. It stars the talents of Amalia Kassai and Rainer Krause. The film opens Friday, March 20, 2020, at Anthology Film Archives in New York, and on Friday, March 27, 2020, at the Laemmle Glendale in Los Angeles. Followed by Other U.S. Cities.

Synopsis:

Based loosely on the grim case of Colonia Dignidad, a German émigré-run colony in post-WWII Chile that was revealed to have been used to imprison, torture, and murder dissidents during the Pinochet regime, The Wolf House is an animated feature film with a much darker foundation than most. As deeply disturbing as its inspiration would suggest, it is also a truly inspired feat of animation, its extraordinary craft and artistic vision fusing with its profoundly sinister themes to create an experience of exceptional power.

Check out the trailer below:

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