Kicking of a stint of cinematic perfections on this week's Lost in Criterion.

We're in a Carl Theodore Dreyer boxset of his last three features. Well, not Two People, but Dreyer disowned that one. Starting off is Day of Wrath his 1943 adaptation of a 1909 play, itself based on true events in the 16th century. It's an interesting tale of witchcraft and religious fervor. Of course the Nazis thought it was about them.

It's slow, but meticulously so. And it's certainly beautiful.

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