Little Otik

Jan Svankmajer's darkly comic film, based on a Czech fairy tale, tells the story of a barren couple whose inability to conceive a child drives them to carve an offspring out of a wooden stump. But when it begins to come to life, the newborn transforms into a horrific creature with an insatiable appetite. Veronika Zilkova, Jan Hartl, Jaroslava Kretschmerova star.

Year: 2000
Genre: Incredibly Strange Films, Cult Films / After Dark, Ed's Favourites
Country: Czech Republic
Director: Jan Svankmajer
Starring: Jan Hartl, Jaroslava Kretschmerova, Veronika Zilkova
Duration: 126 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Contains violence.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Cult



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