Watch movie Female Werewolf Â The third feature from writer director Chris Alexander, Female Werewolf, is his most experimental yet. Taking full creative control, Alexander also did the cinematography, score, and editing.
Running just over an hour long, and starring Carrie Gemmell as â€œSheâ€ â€“ the nearly mute lupine heroine â€“ Female Werewolf follows the titular character as she lives her day-to-day life in tortured silence (the first word, which is â€œhelloâ€, isnâ€™t spoken until nearly halfway through the movie) wondering if there is something wrong with her. She looks at her human reflection in the mirror and sees nothing but a normal woman, but reflected in the eyes of those in her orbit She is a monster with inhuman appetites.
At first, the question is whether or not She is just a crazy girl whoâ€™s trying to blame her lesbian tendencies on some kind of mystical malfunction. But then, as the story draws to a highly-charged erotic climax, the answer is clearâ€¦ as mud. Honestly, Iâ€™m still not sure if sheâ€™s a werewolf or not. But thatâ€™s beside the poin