GOOD MANNERS is a seductive werewolf fairytale. Directors Marco Dutra and Juliana Rojas have created an enticing film that lures you in with a powerful combination of Brazilian culture, passionate lead performances, and surprisingly, music. Like a heady fragrance, this tale of the lonely Clara who takes a job caring for enigmatic Ana during her pregnancy, tricks you into believing you are watching a familiar werewolf story, but the film blossoms into a shockingly unique experience. GOOD MANNERS is a compassionate, intimate look at the lengths a human will go to in order to protect a werewolf, told from a female perspective.  This film left me feeling stunned, exhilarated, and craving more.

GOOD MANNERS had it’s New England premiere at the Boston Underground Film Festival on March 25th.

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Michelle is a Contributing writer for Nightmarish Conjurings, Dread Central, and Horrornews.net. She is also a Tomatometer-approved critic who loves all things horror and pastel hair color.
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