She Will


The Main 5 Sat, May 7, 2022 9:40 PM
The Main 5 Wed, May 11, 2022 9:20 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00 (+$2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Student:$8.00 (box office only)
Film Info
Programs:Dark Out
Women & Film
Women Directors
Women's Rights
Release Year:2021
Runtime:95 min
Country/Region:United Kingdom
Print Source:IFC Films
Director:Charlotte Colbert
Executive Producer:Dario Argento
Ed Pressman
Producer:Jessica Malik
Bob Last
Cinematographer:Jamie Ramsay
Screenwriter:Kitty Percy
Charlotte Colbert
Editor:Yorgos Mavropsaridis
Composer:Clint Mansell
Principal Cast:Alice Krige
Kota Eberhardt
Malcolm McDowell
Rupert Everett


This presentation is in conjunction with the exhibition Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art, on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Art through May 15th.

Veronica Ghent is a former film star recovering from a double mastectomy. With her nurse, Desi, she visits a retreat in Scotland built on the site of a long ago massacre of women thought to be witches. Soon, these past traumas invade Veronica’s dreams, and a desire for revenge begins to emerge.

The great Alice Krige is outstanding as the former star and Kota Eberhardt is her equal as the nurse who, at first, withstands Veronica’s icy nature, but who soon joins her in a quest for ancient retaliation. This haunting and slow-boil horror film, the first feature from moving image and multi-media artist Charlotte Colbert will soon be regarded as a classic. “Administers a potent dose of #MeToo vengeance, all while wearing its nasty sense of humor like a red-lipstick grin applied to a perfectly masklike face.” –Jessica Kiang, Variety

Director Biography

Born in 1985 in New York City, Charlotte Colbert is a photographer and screenwriter who lives and works in London. “Themes of isolation, gender, fear, and fantasy recur throughout her oeuvre,” according to one of her official biographies, and she has directed four surreal short films: “Huffs and Puffs” (2008) and “The Silent Man” (2016), and the animated shorts “The Man with the Stolen Heart” (2011) and “The Girl with Liquid Eyes” (2011, dir. with Adam Smith). She Will (2021) is her debut feature.