• Earl Unmah

A Most Savage Beast brilliantly portrays the story of a sociopath.

What starts with a sweet romantic evening spent indoors watching an old black and white movie soon turns into a very disturbing tale about a pathological voyeur. Short film A Most Savage Beast cunningly transforms our cinematic experience into an act of voyeurism itself by trapping us in the role of passive viewers seeking pleasure from watching the film. In fact, it is not the violence or the blood and gore that horrifies us, we are hardly ever shown the actual murder or blood; but it is the way she nonchalantly manipulates the people around her to the extreme that she kills those who threaten to jeopardize her design.

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