Two sisters witness the murder of their parents. When the killers are set free twenty years later, the sisters come in conflict with each other. One of them wants to continue her career, the other plots revenge. A fateful accident doesn’t put an end to the sibling dispute. On the contrary. Psychological thriller reveals itself to be the European counterpart of Brian de Palma’s early work. Cleverly constructed, magnificently photographed.
Four Hands starts out as a whirlwind of exciting events and ends up in the slightly calmer waters of the psychological thriller. Danish director Oliver Kienle plays a clever game with the viewer’s expectations, misleading his audience as brilliantly as Brian de Palma used to do. And then there’s a twist at the end that sheds new light on everything that happened before.
Attention to all Cineville members: Cineville card holders can take someone to this film for free! How? Fill in that you're reserving two tickets instead of one in the Cineville form on the EYE website or buy your tickets directly in EYE film museum.