Directed by Alex Herron
As an infant, Hunter White was discovered abandoned in a New England cemetery. She was wrapped in a piece of cloth covered in satanic symbols, and around her neck hung a Wolf’s Cross pendant. 20 years later, she is obsessed with finding out why she was abandoned and who her biological parents are.
A woman searches for her biological family after having been abandoned as an infant in a cemetery.
Cast: Alicia von Rittberg, Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Herman Tømmeraas, Stig Amdam, Morten Holst
No scares, no chills, atmosphere that goes nowhere. And the protagonist is clearly not American. Ellen Dorrit Petersen is the best thing about this film, and she's woefully underused in a flimsy role.
It was okay. I had it going as background noise and I found myself drawn to the story enough.
Beautiful exploration of family, generational experience and what it's like to seek your place in the world.
Terrible really boring movie