Directed by Nicolette Krebitz
An anarchist young woman breaks the tacit contract with civilization and fearlessly decides on a life without hypocrisy or an obligatory safety net.
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★★★★ review by Gunnar Larson on Letterboxd
Sundance '16 #8
This movie is CRAZY. You need to see it. There's a wolf. There's a girl. They fall in love. It's amazing.
★★★★ review by Patrick Lohmeier on Letterboxd
Nicolette Krebitz zeigt dem deutschen Qualitätskino(TM) was ne Harke ist. Unkonventionell. Unbequem. Und ziemlich großartig.
★★★½ review by Tobias Luca on Letterboxd
#Kurzkritik Wild. Der erwartet unbequeme und besondere Genre Film. Einzigartig, atmosphärisch, anziehend und abstoßend zugleich. Light 7.
★★★★ review by ShortCut on Letterboxd
I really don´t write something like this here very often but if you have the chance to see this film, go and grab it !
Nicolette Krebitz third feature film is a beautiful, totally free, associative love poem about a transformation. Away from this stinky office cell down to the wilderness, this love story and sexual awakening between a young woman and a wolf is told with a very light sense of metaphores. Instead of an excessive psychology, the film is so casual and so beautiful in it´s visuals, filled with a lot of humor caused by the great play of Lilith Stangenberg and Georg Friedrich.
WILD is a real rarity in german cinema not only because you see something in it, you don´t often see here on screen, it´s the natural behavior of the film to show this story in such a powerful and beautiful way like Krebitz did.
Well and after UNTER DIR DIE STADT, DIE LÜGEN DER SIEGER and IM SCHATTEN this is the third film i´ve seen with Reinhold Vorschneiders camerawork and i really admire his style.
Go and see it :)
★★★★½ review by Mariana Suffys on Letterboxd
It took me some time, but i finally digested this movie. I fell slowly in love with it, pretty much like the main character's slow transformation into something amazing.
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