Teeth (I) (2007)

R   |    |  Comedy, Fantasy, Horror


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Still a stranger to her own body, a high school student discovers she has a physical advantage when she becomes the object of male violence.


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12 February 2007 | fenderbender-1
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When I read the caption to this movie I was not sure what to await; when I read first comments I was even more unsure. I got into the screening at the Berlin International Film Festival since a friend's friend was the cinematographer of this picture. I got to admit the movie starts a bit shaky in tone and setting, but does this always have to be such a bad thing ? Along the way it found it's own -admittedly- intriguing to mesmerizing hybrid of style between social satire, coming of age and teen splatter...yet avoiding the pitfalls that each of those genres might have had. It is a strange, maybe estranging experience to watch - but what do you expect from a such a topic of ancient horrific myth ? All in all an entertaining experience.

Very good performances not only of John Hensley but also of Jess Weixler, especially as her character tends to grasp and discover her "power" later in the film. I would'nt want to say who was better...

Also one or two just incredible, uhhh, funny scenes. Yes, it borders on the kind of humour you would expect from teen pie-comedies. But it is definitely not exploiting these moments.

Maybe not a date movie - maybe, too ;-)

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