Best Canadian Feature Film Festival

After receiving a huge number of nominations for the various festivals (including Best Director and Best Picture), the movie is not got no one premium, and as a result of the prize 'Genie' was just Molly Parker for best performance of the title role. And I must say, such a disposition of more than fair. Without exception, all playing the main roles in the film played beautifully, and Molly Parker got her prize on the right, perfectly performing the role of a quiet and closed girls necrophile. As for the movie in general, and its direction, in particular, here the situation is somewhat different. In one provocative topic and unconditional acting skills to make a quality film artists difficult, and in this case I have to establish the fact that it is a feature film, Kissed removed obscenities: sluggish, almost imperceptible direction (someone will carry it to the true merits, but I think this is not the best side of any film production) slow, often guard the scene and the overall development of the plot, very gray and inexpressive camera work – all this is not the best performance for the film.

And although the theme of necrophilia, human senses, charmed death in the movie shows more than good, overall production still smallish. But with all this – the film is worthy of very careful attention and my recommendation is rendered, at least from a purely cognitive goals Film 'Kissed' Canadian Lynn Stopkevich – undoubtedly the most mainstream film about necrophilia, though a few other topics touched upon (the ill-fated film, underground, 'Nekromantik' is a somewhat tasteless example, a 'Once mathematics lesson 'Nacho Cerda made recently and with the highest skill). Stopkevich, now she is 35, has made 'kissed' is quite interesting, with grants from the Canadian government. Despite the unusual subject, 'Kissed' was very well received in Canada and, to a lesser extent in the U.S She won the gratitude of the Special Jury Award for Best Canadian Feature Film Festival 1996 in Toronto. Based on a short story by Toronto writer Barbara Gowdy, "We so seldom speak of love ',' Kissed 'draws us lasting relationships between young women and dead bodies at her request. Her obsession begins in adolescence, when the playful pagan ritual dead little animals heralds beginning of the first month of the girl. This feeling of coming of age and the transition from one phase to another sheds light on 'Kissed' and gives it metaphor. The girl believes that she forward its charges from the country living in the land of the dead, and it retains a high spiritual relationship to their bodies and spirit.

'I saw bodies, twinkling like stars' – admires the main character of the film, hinting to us the nature of spiritual perspective, which we are about to obtain, as a character speaks of 'crossing' with her former lovers. This spectacular film, very beautiful and outstanding taste. How Stopkevich Carnell said Tom in a recent interview magazine 'Carpe Noktem', 'One of the reasons why I chose this story, was that I absolutely and utterly appalling death. It's almost like forced therapy! Entering the fight with something you most terrifying, not only have deal with it – erotiziruyte it. The greatest taboo film – not for the fact that she copulates with the dead men, but that the film even engaged in death. " Ischtonik: