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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
At the start of the film, the car is a 1996 VW Golf with a Dublin registration number. When they pull up outside the house to drop Jess off, the car has changed into a 1993 model with Kildare plates. Later, when the car crashes after they run down Craig, it has changed back into the 1996 Dublin car again. See more »
You're supposed to make friends at school, not eat them.
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Boy Eats Girl is the kind of film to watch when you're in a non-committal mood, something that demands only vague attention and which doesn't try to be clever. If you want a horror or a zombie movie then look elsewhere, it's neither nor does it try to be.
It is a comedy, let's get it straight right now, not a zombie film. Romero's legacy to pop culture and the film industry certainly gets a good outing here, but this isn't a film to make gorehounds feel fat and happy, nor will zombie purists find anything to debate over.
A lot of the characters are like those from sappy American Teen comedies but with Irish accents and in situations involving blood and throw-away limbs.
Perhaps this helps: It's California Man with gore.
It entertained me for the short running time (about an hour I made it) and I liked it enough to cough up £5 for it. If you give it a chance as a silly gory comedy, you may well like it too.
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