Thessalus travels to his mother the oracle Medea's hideout to kill her, only to discover his vitriol is misplaced.
SEEN magazine: ‘The film looks spectacular, recalling for SEEN the gold and shadows of Julie Taymor’s acclaimed ‘Titus’.The actors embody their roles, bringing the weight of history and family dysfunction to every glance and close-up, allowing the story to unfold in a suspenseful, almost trance-like way.’ Elinor Perry-Smith
HISTORY ON SCREEN: Thessalus and Medea is anchored by Ponzano’s performance as Medea. She manages to be regal, witchy, and deeply human all at the same time, and she captures the complex mixture of fury at Jason, guilt over the killing of her two sons, and shock to discover that one of them is still alive. AELarsen
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