Surreal, dreamy and obscure, Autumn Lights is an American-Icelandic-French mystery thriller set in the remote Icelandic landscape as an outsider is forced into a strange world that surrounds jealousy, obsession and loneliness. Heavily inspired by the work of Ingmar Bergman, Autumn Lights sets out to achieve a similar look, creating a heavily stylised chamber drama that American director Angad Aulakh has taken from various art, photography and film influences.
The story follows David (Guy Kent), an American photographer adrift in a remote . . .
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