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Agnes (Indira Rubie Andrewin) is running around. He was accompanied by his sister Florence (Shantai Obispo) and Norma’s man (Nedal McLaren). They have been taken to the forest along Rio Hondo, rivers that separate Mexico and Honduras England (now Belize).

So Agnes can escape from marriage, Brutal British LANDOWARER CACIQUE (Dale Carley). He hunted them, armed with it, and killed them all – or more. Agnes miraculously appeared without injury later.

It is found by a group of Chicleros who took her.

While the group leader, Ausencio (Gilberto Barraza), at first seemed to intend to protect him, he immediately began to see it through his lustful eyes, just as done by the whole group. Agnes left the role of her virginal girl and, becoming a tough teaser, may have turned into Xtabay.

The legend of the virtual Devil said to attract humans to their deaths if they explore the forest. The Chicleros group brutally hacked the zapote trees high. With machetes, and dried it from their sticky chicle to make gum. It is immediately paying the price for their crime against nature and Agnes.

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Despite having very little dialogue, Indira Rubie Andrewin made the impression of Agnes. This role, defined by the man’s perception about it – a virgin bride, or newer, as a deadly myth teaser – ultimately depends on the strange strength of Andrewin’s empty look.

It might be a quiet show, but it is a big part of why the tragic forest works like that. He is an integral part of the fertile atmosphere, film fever made in a short time.

“Don’t let his sweet nectar, beat him,” The film opening narrative tells us. “Forests give you a lot, but also need a lot more.” This is the perfect sum of what will happen, from how women and forests combine the power to take revenge on those who dare to exploit them.

In tragic forests, s*x usually serves as a sign of death.

Two people have s*x while running and lifting the wind, and everyone who lies with Agnes – whether on the forest floor in the sun or illuminated by moonlight with trees – seeing a similar fate in the hands of nature or women itself.

“It’s very unfortunate if you can’t understand the mystery of the forest,” Narrator Tragic Jungle told us when the film began. It’s very fitting, preparing us to walk the tie in front.

The film is not wasting time immersing us in a fertile world and dream, makes you feel like being in the forest for a sweaty trip. There are so many rich visuals, starting with injured and bleeding trees, showing us a brutal environment by men.

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In the same way, the same way women in this story. The pictures haunt Monkey Howler, ant crawling, and stretched the insects all stuck with me for a long time after the film’s conclusion.

Agnes’s evolution becomes something of devil revenge that gives retribution on the name of the forest is interesting, never enough to allow us to wrap our heads whether he is a hero or criminal in this story.

While all the stories of beating may not match something indeed climax:

The beauty of the tragic forest lies in creating a sense of the atmosphere of hypnosis like that. Asking an unclear question and giving an answer to Ambigu. This film has never entirely run towards horror.

But organically integrates a troubling element to create a genuine fear from the start. Thanks to the charming scoring, contribution, excellent cinematography of Sofia Oggioni.

And the quality of the unique immersion, this film created something completely single and special. You might be allowed to want further information during a roll credit.

Still, watch director Yulene Olaizola Juggles the theme of colonialism. The environment and misogyny with grace make the tragic forest more valuable than its value.

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The tragic forest is part of the moody, atmospheric drama, sucking viewers with slow spelling burning and telling a story.