In Entwined, a person-in-peril tale out of Greece, things are not what they seem. Supernatural forces are at work in the woods, affecting relationships, and threatening lives.
A doctor goes to the Greek countryside to help some sick patients there, only to find ominous warnings and strange goings-on. Way out in the woods in a remote cabin, he encounters a 20-something woman with lots of damage to her body, and when he tries to get her to come for medical treatment, she resists. It seems she’s completely enthralled with an elderly man. Eventually, the man is taken away, but the woman appears bound to the place. Before long, the doctor is spending all his time there. He falls for the woman, but he finds out that she, and the cabin, are full of secrets.
“Supernatural forces are at work in the woods, affecting relationships, and threatening lives.”
Entwined is uneven. The main cast, Prometheus Aleiferopoulos as the doctor, and Anastasia-Rafaela Konidi as the young woman, are fine, though their roles are largely one dimensional. The cinematography is good, helped by a forest setting and a cabin filled with character.