“Moon Child is the revelation of the Cannes Festival, a movie adventure, intimate and pernicious, mystical and sophisticated, where we feel the thrill of seeing the invisible with the magic of their images.” –Le Nouvel Observateur
Inspired by famed occultist Aleister Crowley’s 1923 novel of the same name, Agusti Villaronga’s film centres around the extraordinary 12-year-old David (Enrique Saldana), who has been adopted by a treacherous scientific cult where extraordinary mental powers are common. He begins an archetypal journey across two continents with Georgina (Lisa Gerrard) to find his destiny as Child of the Moon.
Coming on the heels of Villaronga’s unforgettable 1986 film, In a Glass Cage, Moon Child is a mystical fantasy film for adults, available for the first time in the United States on Blu-ray & DVD. Presented in a new High Definition transfer and boasting an unreleased soundtrack by the band Dead Can Dance, Moon Child is a thoroughly unique gift to cinema and music fans alike.
- Blu-ray/DVD Combo
- New HD Transfer (from original 35mm film)
- Inerview with Agusti Vilaronga (2018)
- Lobby Cards photo gallery
- Isolated Score by Dead Can Dance (52 mins)
- Original Theatrical Trailers
Spain / 1989 / Color / Approx. 120 Minutes / Spanish Language with optional English subtitles / Aspect Ratio 1.66:1 / DTS HD-MA 5.1 Surround & Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
“Folks that enjoy Alejandro Jodorowsky’s El Topo and The Holy Mountain should not miss Moon Child because all three films bend reality and genre norms with the same euphoric enthusiasm.”
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 4.5 out of 5 –Bluray.com
“Agusti Villaronga has created a beautiful cinematic experience as Moon Child is a celebration of life.” –Horrortalk
“Moon Child looks great from Cult Epics.” –DVD Talk
“Moon Child is a superb piece of cinema that cinephiles and cult film fans alike would want to see.” –Movie Sleuth
“After shocking even the hardiest moviegoers with his deeply impressive and disturbing debut feature, In a Glass Cage, director Agusti Villaronga shifting gears dramatically for his follow-up Moon Child. Here he moves more into terrain akin to David Lynch by way of Alejandro Jodorowsky and Richard Stanley.” –Mondo Digital
“Villaronga creates a suffocating, claustrophobic universe.” –Offscreen
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