He’s nervous and uneasy even before he starts seeing things no one else can: a skeleton lying in a mysteriously dug-up ditch; a woman in white taunting him.
Whatever it is, it doesn’t really start to take hold until the wedding party’s in full swing.
You can’t miss the message — but you can’t help but chuckle, too.
It’s a serious film that does the heavy lifting for you.
That's the logic behind the late Polish director Marcin Wrona's unforgettable final film, Demon, a chilling, eerie cautionary tale about the ghosts that continue to haunt Poland long after the war.