Paranormal, Psychedelic Head Trip: Richard Stanley’s ‘L’Autre Monde’

Disinfonaut Benny alerted us to a movie that may be of interest to some of our readers: L’Autre Monde, directed by Richard Stanley, a horror filmmaker and Fortean Times contributor.

Via The Hollywood Reporter:

Richard Stanley explores a region of France more full of mystery than the Bermuda Triangle.

MONTREAL — A singular introduction to “a place where magic still has currency,” Richard Stanley’s L’Autre Monde is part documentary about a storied region in southwestern France, part first-hand testimony of the paranormal, and part psychedelic head trip. It’s all entrancing, though, and even viewers who walk out unsure what they’ve seen (they’ll have plenty of company) may well want to share the experience with friends. It has “Cult Movie” written all over it, and for once that flavor isn’t affectation but the result of perfect sync between filmmaker and subject.

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Thanks, Benny!

2 Comments on "Paranormal, Psychedelic Head Trip: Richard Stanley’s ‘L’Autre Monde’"

  1. jasonpaulhayes | Sep 12, 2013 at 11:05 pm |

    What remains when all preconceived notions of time, space and divinity have been cast aside? The something that is nothing.

  2. Rhoid Rager | Sep 13, 2013 at 7:35 am |

    plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

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