“Coven of Sisters” Bewitches

Religious beliefs and gender stereotypes are explored

At first blush, viewers may roll their eyes at yet another film about witches. But the Spanish-speaking film “Coven of Sisters” brings a fresh look at an old sin: the torture and murder of women and girls accused of witchcraft. The film is directed by Argentinian filmmaker Pablo Agüero, and it’s written by Agüero and Katell…




Pop your popcorn. Pour your soda. And maybe hide under your covers. No genre is out of bounds for this reviewer.

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