The Red Cloak

This young girl seems to be both daring us and forbidding us to enter these woods to help her. There is no fear in her eyes, and there is a suggestion that she knows something about her story that we're not anticipating based on the story as we know it. She tells us that she is in control not the wolf, and leaves the finale of the tale for the viewer to write.

2016
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