Wolf Hour

Nominee
NEXT Innovator Award
Sundance Film Festival
Watts has always been willing to go all-in for a role, and her performance is riveting.

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The Wolf Hour

The Wolf Hour is a tense Hitchcockian thriller with powerhouse performances led by Academy Award® nominee Naomi Watts. Once a celebrated counterculture figure, June (Watts) now lives alone, having all but cut herself off from the outside world. Looking down from her fifth floor South Bronx apartment, she watches the escalating unrest in a city on a knife-edge during the notorious 'Summer of Sam.' June retreats further into isolation while her city becomes a pressure cooker, ready to explode in the incendiary 1977 blackout riots. Thinking herself safe from the violence in the streets, June's weaknesses are exploited by an unseen tormentor, and her insular personal universe begins to unravel.
R
Genre
Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Runtime
99
Language
English
Director
Alistair Banks Griffin
Writer(s)
Alistair Banks Griffin
Cast
Naomi Watts, Jennifer Ehle, Emory Cohen, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jeremy Bobb, Brennan Brown
Awards:
Nominee, NEXT Innovator Award, Sundance Film Festival
FEATURED REVIEW
Meredith BordersBloody Disgusting

It’s Summer 1977, and we’re in a crummy South Bronx apartment. In fact, we never go anywhere else, as Alistair Banks Griffin‘s 'The Wolf Hour' has the minimalist setting and wordy revelations of a one-act play. The entirety of the film keeps us within these dingy and sweltering walls, trapping us as ...

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