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  • Official Trailer

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

An unseen evil haunts the homestead in this chilling, folkloric tale of madness, paranoia, and otherworldly terror. Lizzy (Caitlin Gerard) is a tough, resourceful frontierswoman settling a remote stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier. Isolated from civilization in a desolate wilderness where the wind never stops howling, she begins to sense a sinister presence that seems to be borne of the land itself, an overwhelming dread that her husband (Ashley Zukerman) dismisses as superstition. When a newlywed couple arrives on a nearby homestead, their presence amplifies Lizzy's fears, setting into motion a shocking chain of events. Masterfully blending haunting visuals with pulse-pounding sound design, director Emma Tammi evokes a godforsaken world in which the forces of nature come alive with quivering menace.

Cast

  • Miles Anderson
  • Caitlin Gerard
  • Julia Goldani Telles
  • Dylan McTee
  • Martin C Patterson
  • Ashley Zukerman

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Despite rumors, this film has no connection towards Lillian Gish's 1928 classic "The Wind" other than its title and prairie setting.
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Goofs

  • At the 11.28-minute time mark: Elisabeth is attacked by wolves and it's daytime, the sun is up (it might be around midday). To get away from them, she takes shelter in her cabin and shoots them through the door. Immediately she peeps through the hole in the door caused by the bullet and it's clearly dusk.
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Quotes

    • Lizzy Macklin: I don't suspect God has much business out here.
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Metacritic

70
Apr 5, 2019

If you like quiet, meditative supernatural thrillers, you will ultimately enjoy The Wind quite a bit.

Metacritic review by Lorry Kikta
Lorry Kikta
Film Threat
60
Mar 8, 2019

Well-shot and edited, with a script that keeps you guessing for a certain stretch of time, The Wind doesn’t quite sustain the tension through the final reel, resorting to eye-rolling scare tactics that go from serious to way too silly. Nonetheless, it’s refreshing to see such an original stab at this type of indie genre-bender, especially one told from a strictly female point of view.

Metacritic review by Jordan Mintzer
Jordan Mintzer
The Hollywood Reporter