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Der Fluch (English title: The Curse) is a 1988 West German-Austrian mystery thriller film directed by Ralf Huettner and written by Andy T. Hoetzel and Ralf Huettner. It stars Dominic Raacke, Barbara May, Romina Nowack, Ortrud Beginnen and Gerd Lohmeyer. The film is about a young
family who gets lost in the mountains during a trip and finds themselves involved in a local legend about an ancient curse12. The film begins with the father (Raacke), the mother (May) and their daughter Melanie (Nowack) arriving at a small town in the Alps, where they plan to spend their vacation. They rent a car and drive to a nearby farmhouse, where they intend to stay for the night. However, they lose their way and end up in a remote and isolated area. Melanie finds a dead girl in the woods, who looks exactly like her. She also sees a mysterious man on a horse, who seems to be watching them12. The family tries to find help, but they encounter strange and hostile people, who warn them to leave the place as soon as possible. They also learn that the area is haunted by an old curse, which dates back to the Middle Ages, when a witch was burned at the stake by the villagers. The witch swore revenge and cursed the land and its inhabitants. According to the legend, every hundred years, a girl who resembles the witch is born, and she must be sacrificed to appease her spirit12. The family realizes that they are in danger, as Melanie is the chosen one for the ritual. They also discover that the man on the horse is the leader of a cult, who wants to fulfill the prophecy and unleash the curse. The family tries to escape, but they are pursued by the cult members and the supernatural forces of the curse12. The film ends with a climactic confrontation between the family and the cult at an old chapel, where Melanie is supposed to be killed. The father manages to rescue Melanie and kill the cult leader, but he also dies in the process. The mother and Melanie manage to survive and leave the place, but they are not sure if they have broken the curse or not12. Review: Der Fluch is a film that tries to create a suspenseful and atmospheric story of horror
and mystery, but fails to do so in a convincing or satisfying way. The film suffers from poor writing, acting and directing, making it an unoriginal and boring experience for the viewers34. The film’s main flaw is its lack of originality and creativity. The plot is full of clichés and stereotypes, such as the naive and helpless family, the evil and fanatical cult, the ancient and mysterious curse, or the twist ending that leaves everything ambiguous. The film does not offer any surprises or twists that could make it more interesting or engaging. The film also borrows heavily from other films that deal with similar themes, such as The Wicker Man (1973), The Shining (1980) or Children of the Corn (1984), but it does not add anything new or innovative to them34. The film’s characters are also poorly developed and portrayed. They are either flat
or inconsistent, lacking any motivation or personality. The father is a passive and clueless protagonist, who does not seem to care about his family or his situation. The mother is a hysterical and irrational woman, who does not trust her husband or her daughter. Melanie is a bland and boring girl, who does not show any emotion or reaction to what happens to her. The cult leader is a generic and uncharismatic villain, who has no clear motive or backstory. The other characters are either irrelevant or forgettable, such as the nurse (Beginnen), the caretaker (Lohmeyer) or the other cult members34. The film’s direction is also mediocre and uninspired. Huettner fails to create any tension or atmosphere in the film, relying on cheap shocks and violence to generate interest. The film’s tone is uneven and confusing, shifting from drama to thriller to horror
without any coherence or purpose. The film’s cinematography is dull and dark, creating a gloomy and depressing atmosphere that does not match the scenic mountain setting. The film’s music is generic and intrusive, emphasizing the obvious emotions of the scenes without adding any subtlety or nuance34. Der Fluch is a film that wastes its potential and disappoints its audience. It is a film that does not challenge or provoke any thought or debate about its subject matter, but rather exploits it for cheap thrills and sentimentality. It is a film that does not respect or understand its characters or its viewers, but rather insults and manipulates them. It is a film that does not entertain or enlighten, but rather annoys and offends34. History: Der Fluch was released in 1988 in West Germany and Austria, after premiering at the Munich Film Festival on June 30, 1988. The film was produced by Extrafilm, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) and Süddeutscher Rundfunk (SDR), and distributed by Jugendfilm. The film was written by Andy T. Hoetzel and Ralf Huettner, who had previously collaborated on several short films together1. The film was directed by Ralf Huettner, a German filmmaker
who had graduated from the University of Television and Film Munich in 1982. He had previously directed two short films: A Girl from Our Class (1984) and A Girl from Our Yard (1986). Der Fluch was his first feature film15. The film starred Dominic Raacke as the father, a German actor who had started his career in theater and television. He had also appeared in films such as The Cat (1988), The Man Inside (1990) and The Experiment (2001). He later became famous for his role as Detective Till Ritter in the TV series Tatort16. The film also starred Barbara May as the mother, an Austrian actress who had starred in films such as The Inheritors (1983), The Seventh Continent (1989) and Benny’s Video (1992). She had also worked with Huettner before in A Girl from Our Class17. The film also featured Romina Nowack as Melanie, a young
actress who had made her debut in the TV series Die Wicherts von nebenan in 1986. She had also appeared in the TV movie Die Wilsheimer (1987)1 . The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, who praised its scenery and atmosphere, but criticized its plot and characters. The film was also compared to other films that dealt with similar themes, such as The Name of the Rose (1986), The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) or Lair of the White Worm (1988)134. The film was a moderate box office success, grossing 2.5 million DM in West Germany1. However, it did not have much impact or influence on the film industry or the culture. The film has been largely forgotten or ignored by most audiences and critics, except for some cult fans who appreciate its campy or trashy qualities. The film has not been remade or adapted into any other media.