Lichter’s Frozen May is ready to be screened!



In december 2016 Péter Lichter finished his first feature film, Frozen May which he described as an “avant-garde horror film”, aka the “love child of James Benning and John Carpenter”. According to Lichter the film does not lack a story line but it draws on the formal traditions of the avant-garde film.

“The film takes place in 1990. A man living in a wooden shack in the forest has been struggling to survive for months, when one day he notices someone in an abandoned children’s camp.”

There is no information about the premiere of the film and there is no trailer just yet. But stay tuned! Frozen May is coming!


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