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Wintertide 2023 Movie – Storyline :
Beth, a volunteer watchperson of an isolated northern city battles a plague of depression that transforms the few remaining residents into empty, zombie-like automatons.
Review of Wintertide (2023 Movie):
User Review: So going into this movie and knowing that it’s a Canadian festival film rather than a large budget project you’ll probably know or at least have an idea of what to expect. This film is basically an allegory for things like the pandemic, depression, over-medicating and over medicated society, etc.
There isn’t much horror but there are some quirky instances of humour that have me a good chuckle and some nice sex scenes with tasteful nudity. The plot, while a bit thin does what it needs to and the story while a tad drawn out is coherent and interesting enough to maintain interest. The acting is actually quite good given the films budget and while a couple scenes felt wooden, it all got the job done.
What I did enjoy the most, after a slew of generic Blumhouse films that essentially amount to “the scary… phone/swimming pool/cupboard/basement/whatever”. This at least felt believable and seemed to have care and attention put into it. Niamh Carolan played a nicely understated lead, underscored with some nice visual touches from John Barnard Directing.
It’s cetainly better than expected, the metaphors felt natural and not trying to hammer a political point, so you could probably comfortably watch this as a Covid-conspiracist or from understanding the sociological impact of that event (and ongoing fallout).