A young lady employed to be the guardian of an old-world New York City manor goes gradually crazy in Mickey Keating’s gothic thriller
Posted at the beginning of Mickey Keating’s (Pod) blood and guts movie is the notice “This film contains blazing lights and hallucinatory pictures,” and it must be given kudos for following through on its statement. Including a colossal execution by Lauren Ashley Carter as the recently contracted guardian of an old-world New York City chateau who goes bonkers (what, she never saw The Shining?), Darling is a stunningly bold exertion that, while it might be a bit excessively rarified for general frightfulness fans, flags its chief as an ability to watch. The film is being showcased in the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Scary Movies arrangement and is booked for a showy discharge by means of Screen Media Films right on time one year from now.