Woe (2020) 1080p

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Horror | Mystery
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
84 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Matthew Goodhue [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A brother and sister stumble upon their father's secret one year after his death. They soon learn that this secret may not be his alone.


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A must NOT watch.

This POS film took way too damn long to get a very unequivocal nonsensical point about absolutely nothing. I swear 2021 films thus far have been nothing meh, terrible, disappointing let downs back to back. Six months in and nothing but crap. "Woe" be unto anyone who watches this crap. This is a hard must NOT watch.


A truly boring movie. Too slow to enjoy. Characters boring, plot boring. Great movie for insomniacs.

... very well crafted smart film.

Woe written and directed by Matthew Goodhue is a very well crafted smart film. Mr. Goodhue's choice and style to build a story around a very common situation in a very "un-common" way is brilliant filmmaking. Woe is sharp-well casted-and finds a way to stay with you long after the final credits.

-Oaxaca FilmFest.
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