“In an a old house in a tiny village, Virginia is left alone after her father leaves to check on his ill niece. That is, until her cousin Anabel, who also seems to be under the weather, is brought and left with her. Thankful for another person to talk to, Virginia makes every effort to keep Anabel comfortable and to bond with her. Anabel sleeps most of the day, and at night can be found wandering the woods alone. The radio reports a rabies outbreak in the remote region of Argentina where the women are holed up. In this perpetual shadow of impending doom, Virginia and her cousin are left to face the darkness of things to come.”—Fantastic Fest. Winner, Best Director (horror feature) at Fantastic Fest.
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DARKNESS BY DAY screens Saturday, February 21 at 10:30pm at the Hollywood Theatre as part of the 38th Portland International Film Festival.
Tickets are available online or at the door.
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