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Two friends Witold and Fuchs discover mysterious items in a countryside guesthouse, including a hanging cat. Witold's reality mutates into a whirlwind of tension, histrionics, foreboding omens, and surrealistic logic as he becomes obsessed with Madame Woytis's daughter Lena, newly married to Lucien.
A movie that, like the book, ends but doesn't quite concludes. Some ambiguity and the possibility of giving different ends to reality and to fiction are imposed. And the bewilderment, of course. [Full review in Spanish]
[An] intellectually playful and slyly subversive treatise on communication, freedom, identity and chaos that pays homage to a range of literary and cinematic influences, including Wojciech Has, Jacques Rivette and Luis Buñuel.