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Plot[ edit ] A couple makes passionate love in their Seattle, Washington apartment while their toddler, Nic, climbs up to the bedroom Film music critique and falls to his death. The mother collapses at the funeral, and spends the next month in the hospital crippled with a-typical grief.
The father, a therapist, is skeptical of the psychiatric care she is receiving and takes it upon himself to treat her personally with psychotherapy. She reveals that her second greatest fear is nature, prompting him to try exposure therapy. They hike to their isolated cabin in a woods called Eden, where she spent time with Nic the previous summer while writing a thesis on gynocide.
During the hike, he encounters a doe which shows no fear of him, and has a stillborn fawn hanging halfway out of her. During sessions of psychotherapy, she becomes increasingly grief stricken and manic, often demanding forceful sex.
The area becomes increasingly sinister to the man, including acorns rapidly pelting the metal roof, awakening with a hand covered in swollen ticks, and finding a self- disemboweling fox that tells him "chaos reigns.
She reveals that while writing her thesis, she came to believe that all women are inherently evil. The man is repulsed by this and reproaches her for imbibing the gynocidal beliefs she had originally set out to criticize. In a frenzied moment, they have violent intercourse at the base of an ominous dead tree, where bodies are intertwined within the exposed roots.
He suspects that Satan is her greatest hidden fear.
Upon viewing Nic's autopsy and photos she took of him while the two stayed at Eden, the man becomes aware that she had been systematically putting Nic's shoes on the wrong feet, resulting in a foot deformity.
While in the woodshed, she attacks him, accuses him of planning to leave her, mounts him, and then smashes a large block of wood onto his groin, causing him to lose consciousness. The woman then masturbates the unconscious man, culminating in an ejaculation of blood.
She drills a hole through his leg, bolting a heavy grindstone through the wound, and then tosses the wrench she used under the cabin. He awakens alone; unable to loosen the bolt, he hides by dragging himself into a deep foxhole at the base of the dead tree.
Following the sound of a crow he has found buried alive in the hole, she locates him and attacks and mostly buries him with a shovel. Night falls; now remorseful, she unburies him but cannot remember where the wrench is.
She helps him back to the cabin, where she tells him she does "not yet" want to kill him, adding that "when the three beggars arrive someone must die. In the cabin she cuts off her clitoris with scissors. The two are then visited by the crow, the deer, and the fox.
A hailstorm begins; earlier it had been revealed that women accused of witchcraft had been known to have the power to summon hailstorms. When he finds the wrench under the cabin's floorboards, she attacks him with scissors, but he manages to unbolt the grindstone.
Finally free, he attacks her and strangles her to death.Action, suspense, love, and drama are all the makings for a great film. None of these key features to a film could have any substance or feeling without the help of music.
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