Who said work is good for you? A bus stops and lets off a group of young people about to start an “internship” at a strange hotel in this distinctly disquieting chiller. Proof that genre cinema is today reinventing itself with panache in Poland.
A bus full of young adults stops on a lonely road. They’re off to work in what appears to be a strange hotel. But is that really where they’re going? Whatever the case, it becomes all too clear that work is not, in fact, very good for you at all. The hellish passage of a group of young people through an elusive, spectral world where nothing is as it seems makes for one very disquieting chiller. Proof that genre cinema is today reinventing itself with panache in Poland and that director...
| 109 minutes | 2018
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