Luz Carrara, a young cabdriver who either suffers from mental illness or is possessed by Satan. During the film, we see the hypnosis sessions that she undergoes. Together with the psychotherapist taking care of her, we embark on a voyage that leads into the depths of madness and the very heart of darkness. Luz is a surrealistic horror reminiscent of both William Friedkin'sThe Exorcist and the work of David Lynch. It's a 70-minute-long nightmare overflowing with a cold, dark atmosphere, a film governed by its own strange logic that is at the same time both frightening and, in an odd way, funny.
Tilman Singer was born in Leipzig in 1988. Even before he began his studies at the Kunsthochschule für Medien in Cologne, he produced short stop-motion animations and commercials in France, Germany and the United States. As a director, he has made feature films, commercials and music videos. Luz, shown at the Berlin Festival, among other places, is his full-length debut.
2014 The Events at Mr. Yamamoto's Alpine Residence (short)
2016 El Fin Del Mundo (short)