backtrack; Freaks (1932)

Legendary tale of unsuspicious love and dark treachery among the artists of a travelling freak show. A conventional plot is elevated by the touching depiction of the outcasts and a ferociously vengeful ending.

In my »not-for-the-squeamish« book.

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