"The film aims for the darker recesses of our subconscious and catches us where we are most vulnerable in ways that few horror films do." - The Daily Beast

Two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished.

"It seems to exist in the liminal space between awake and asleep, expertly capturing the way the mind plays tricks on you over a restless night spent studying shadows and shuddering at every stray sound." - Chron

"A one-of-a-kind film that re-creates the sensation of being very young and essentially powerless, unable even to articulate why everything feels so … wrong." - Los Angeles Times

"Ingeniously evoking a child’s response to the inexplicable, 'Skinamarink' sways on the border between dreaming and wakefulness, a movie as difficult to penetrate as it is to forget." - New York Times

"It’s a low-fi rumination on inexplicable and gradually more threatening loneliness — the sort of childhood trauma typically explained to death by horror movies less interesting than this one." - Chicago Tribune


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