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Polish horror film ‘FUGUE’ Makes Its North American Debut – Review

Fugue: “a loss of awareness of one’s identity, often coupled with flight from one’s usual environment, associated with certain forms of hysteria and epilepsy.” According to Google’s dictionary, the definition of Fugue is as unnerving and ambiguous as Polish director Agnieszka Smoczynska’s (The Lure 2015) 2018 release of the same …

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BITS 2018: ‘Fugue’ Movie Review

In Tomas Street’s (The Plan 2011) feature length directorial debut, Fugue is about an amnesic named Malcolm (Jack Foley: Lifechanger 2018). The film immediately put me on edge as I watched Malcolm wake up, unsure of who or where he was. It was such an uneasy feeling that, if it wasn’t for …

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