We are now in a very important moment, it’s time to announce that, for the first time, a film will close the Molins de Rei Horror Festival.
This important task will be carried out by the distressing The Demon Neon, by the controversial Nicolas Winding Refn. Who else could hold the flag of our motto Being different makes us unique? No one can ignore any of his films. Although this film is not suitable for all audiences, whoever you are, if you allow yourself to be taken in, you will become bewitched by its strange and ghastly beauty.
It’s time to announce the date: We will be able to enjoy this bloodthirsty closing of the festival next November 18th at 22:00 at the La Peni theatre. Remember although that the festival does not end until the 20th.
And again, this is not going to end with the closing of the festival. There are still many titles left to announce. The rest of unannounced films selected for this year’s edition will be unveiled next Friday, September 16th, so keep your Twitter on, clear up your Facebook and pay attention to you Instagram, because there is still a lot to find out.
Terror Weekend – Apalling story full of horror and beauty.
Arrow in the Head – A powerful and unnerving anti-hymn to the beheaded Hollywood fashion industry.
The New York Times – Beauty on the outside, rotten inside.
Original Title: The Neon Demon
Timing: 118 min.
Nationality: Unites States
Director: Nicolas Winding Refn
Screenplay: Nicolas Winding Refn, Mary Laws i Polly Stenham
Music: Cliff Martinez
Photography: Natasha Braier
Cast: Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks, Keanu Reeves, Karl Glusman.
Jesse is a young model wannabe who has just moved to Los Angeles. Her youth and great enthusiasm will be devoured by a pack of young and beautiful girls who, obsessed with taking everything from Jesse, will do anything they need.