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Feed (2005)

Not Rated | | Crime, Horror, Thriller | 17 February 2006 (UK)
A cybercrime investigator tracks a man (O'Loughlin) suspected of force-feeding women to death.

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Patrick Thompson ...
Phillip Jackson
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Deidre
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Richard
Rose Ashton ...
Abbey
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Nigel
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Father Turner
Sherly Sulaiman ...
Mary
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Jesse
Adam Hunt ...
German Cannibal
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Cannibal Victim
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Hans
Connor Thompson ...
Young Phillip
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Young Phillip's Mother (as Helen Thearle)
Peter Holloway ...
Young Phillip's Father
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An Interpol cop from Sydney, who has his own demons, pursues a man in the United States who liberates women from the cultural norms of thinness by feeding them to gross weights. He also shows their photographs to Internet subscribers. But what else is he up to? The Aussie suspects murder or worse. The cop, Phillip Jackson, and his mark, Michael Metszencalmpf, are in a game of cat and mouse - but which is the cat? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Consumption is evolution See more »

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Crime | Horror | Thriller

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Feed - Fome Assassina  »

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The "German Cannibal" scene at the start of the film is based on the real life case of Armin Meiwes, a 42 year old computer technician from Rotenburg, Germany, who caused a worldwide scandal in 2003, when it was reported that he had killed and partially ate 43 year old Bernd Brandes, an Engineer from Berlin. While the facts of the crime were gruesome, the difficulty German prosecuters had in actually charging Mr. Meiwes with ANY crime was the truly shocking part of the tale. Because the two men had met in an and internet chatroom devoted to Gay cannibal fetishism in which Mr, Brandes had clearly expressed his desire to be killed and eaten, Mr. Meiwes was shielded from murder charges under laws that were originally enacted to protect doctors who assist terminally-ill patients commit suicide. At the time, cannibalism was not explicitly forbade in any statute, and it was unclear whether a crime had even been committed under existing German law, a situation that many both in Germany and abroad found absurd and macabre. These real-life events also inspired the song "Mein Teil" by the German Industrial band Rammstein. See more »

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Near the end of the film when Philip and Michael are getting on and off Deidre's bed which is attached to a scale the needle never moves from Deidre's 602lb weight. See more »

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[first lines]
title card: Although the events depicted in this film are fictional, they are based on actual behaviours that are happening between consenting adults... right now.
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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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Tattoo
Composed by Nathan MacKinder, Jason Schaller, Ben Vermeylen, Jeremy MacKinder and Shannon Boone
Performed by South Normal
Courtesy of Taro Entertainment
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Mildly unpleasant fetish thriller that made me hungry.
20 July 2006 | by (Chyby, Poland) – See all my reviews

"Feed" tells the grotesque and fascinating story of psychopath,who feeds his victims to death.He keeps seriously obese women in his dead mom's house where he feeds them junk food and calorie-rich slop to their hearts desire.Australian cop tries to stop this disturbed fetishist..."Feed" by Brett Leonard is an undeniably unique addition to the psycho genre.Alex O'Loughlin is excellent as the resident lunatic Michael Carter.The film is quite gross,but having seen tons of extreme stuff I wasn't shocked or disturbed.Still the subject matter is morbidly fascinating and there is enough nudity,vomit and deviant behaviour to keep exploitation fans happy.Give this tense and slightly repulsive thriller a look.The nods to German cannibal case of Arnim Meiwes are especially notable.8 out of 10.


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