A young homeless woman living in the tunnels beneath Manhattan copes with trials and tribulations in her struggle to survive without compromising her own rules. Raw and energetic, Feral plunges headlong into an unrecognizable New York, with us riding shotgun beside its fierce protagonist.
Facing an imminent blizzard, Yazmine, a young homeless woman, has just one goal: survive without compromising her own rules. Prowling the dilapidated tunnels of an unrecognizable New York, she’s wild as a cornered animal, keeping everyone at bay — not just those whose paths she crosses, but also the viewer. Driven by breathless pacing and careful staging that downplays any victimization or wallowing, Feral takes a hard look at urban squalor, with a standout performance from Annapurna...
| 74 minutes | 2019
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