Scary of Sixty-First, The

Two roommates' lives are upended after discovering that their curiously affordable Manhattan apartment harbours a dark secret in Dasha Nekrasova's transgressive conspiratorial thriller. THE SCARY OF SIXTY-FIRST, shot on grainy 16mm film and cheekily referencing everything from 1970s horror to today’s news, ramps up the tension while keeping its tongue firmly planted in its cheek. Driven by a palpable outrage and an acutely self-aware sense of the zeitgeist, Nekrasova’s film was the winner of Best First Feature at the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival.

This feature contains scenes that may be distressing for some viewers, please consult the Australian Classification website for more detailed information.

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Rating R18+
Genre Thriller
Running Time 81
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