Under The Shadow breaks away from the over-used tropes of horror to create a refreshing but terrifying cinematic experience
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A documentary about the African culture and society, the arts, filmmaking and of course… the man himself
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It reminded me of Brick in that she spends most of the film finding things out. Just going door to door, piecing stuff together. The gruff, mumbling neighbours she demands information from have an untrustworthy air about them, but despite feeling like a borderline horror, it’s more of a slow-moving dramatic detective movie. There isn’t really anything like it.