“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…

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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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