Luz: The Flower of Evil
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Fractured Visions presents Luz: The Flower of Evil on digital 26 July and limited edition Blu-ray on 23 August.

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Brace yourself for Juan Diego Escobar Alzate’s harrowing yet beautiful take on the horrors of religious fanaticism in Luz: The Flower of Evil.

Far into the Colombian mountains, a small farming community is rocked by the arrival of a mysterious young boy. Their leader, El Señor, claims that the child is the new Messiah, there to save their land, yet his three daughters start to question their father’s beliefs when the community starts to dissolve into madness and violence. Is this boy God? The Devil? And, is there a difference?

An official selection at both the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival and Glasgow Film Festival, Luz: The Flower of Evil marks the arrival of a stunning new cinematic voice and is essential viewing for any folk horror, acid western and dark arthouse film aficionados.


Limited Edition Blu-ray Special Features (1,000 units)– Collectors edition slipcase with new art by Christopher Shy- Collectors edition booklet- OST by Brian Heater- 6 Art Cards- Audio commentary with director and film critic Kurt Halfyard- Luz at Sitges (59 mins)- Making of (56 mins)- Trailer- Music Video.

Runtime: 104 mins approx. Cert: 18

Find out more: FracVis.co.uk


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Fractured Visions presents Luz: The Flower of Evil on digital 26 July and limited edition Blu-ray on 23 August.


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