From the archive
This film was last shown on 3 February 2022
Romola Garai’s debut film Amulet follows Tomaz, a homeless ex-soldier who receives a job offer to work as a carer for a young woman and her dying mother. Moving from London to a dilapidated and decaying house, he cannot shake his suspicions that something sinister is lurking in its corridors. First-time director, Garai offers a confident and visually striking film with Amulet, which draws upon recent female-led horror films such as The Babadook and Under the Shadow. Expertly blending suspense, revenge and body-horror, this is a powerful tale in the midst of the #MeToo movement. A deliberately-paced dark fairy-tale, Amulet is a compelling and atmospheric story of gender and violence.
- Romola Garai
- 1 hour 39 minutes
- Alec Secareanu, Carla Juri, Imelda Staunton
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