LFF review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe

The Autopsy of Jane Doe (dir. André Øvredal, 2016) ★★★

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André Øvredal’s last feature, the monster mockumentary Trollhunter, was thrillingly irreverent — a cruelly funny movie that turned Norwegian mythology into a riotous adventure. That subversive streak heralds his English-language debut, a high-concept horror thriller set in a morgue where not all is as it seems. “Every body has a secret” says Brian Cox’s Austin as he digs into the mysterious new cadaver they’ve just been delivered.

Read more of this review at The Film Stage

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