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When a young vegetarian undergoes a carnivorous hazing ritual at vet school, an unbidden taste for meat begins to grow in her.

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Rabah Nait Oufella ...
Adrien
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Le père
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La mère
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Le routier
Marion Vernoux ...
L'Infirmière
Thomas Mustin ...
Chef du BDE
Marouan Iddoub ...
Bizut réfectoire
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Professeur évaluations
Benjamin Boutboul ...
Vétéran cagoulé
Virgil Leclaire ...
Bizut couloir / Foot / Fin Coryphée
Anna Solomin ...
Vétérane couloir
Sophie Breyer ...
Bizute réfectoire
Danel Utegenova ...
Bizute toilettes

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Raised as a rigorous vegetarian, doe-eyed freshman Justine following in her parents' footsteps, she is sent off to the reputable Saint-Exupéry Veterinary school where the black sheep of the family, her big sister Alexia, is already studying. There, young virginal Justine, leaving the familial shelter, will abruptly move into a mad new world of school traditions, vicious initiation tests and hard partying, utterly unprepared though for the rough year start only rush week's mandatory hazing can offer. As a result, with Alexia reluctantly showing her the ropes but only halfway, Justine during the long-established trial of raw offal-eating, she will be forced to chew over her devout herbivorous beliefs and swallow a fresh chunk of bright-red rabbit kidney, unknowingly descending deep into her uncharted animalistic tendencies. Before long, repulsion will be replaced with an unprecedented, equally unquenched and palpable craving for raw meat, transforming Justine into a monstrous carnivore ... Written by Nick Riganas

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Sisters bound by love, torn by flesh! See more »

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Rated R for aberrant behavior, bloody and grisly images, strong sexuality, nudity, language and drug use/partying | See all certifications »

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€3,500,000 (estimated)

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$48,468 (USA) (17 March 2017)

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$508,425 (USA) (28 April 2017)
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At a screening at Gothenburg Film Festival, several attendants in the audience fainted and vomited. Over 30 people left the cinema prematurely and they had to take a break in the middle of the movie due to all the turmoil. See more »

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Alexia: Shit.
Justine: What? Tell me.
Alexia: Odd.
Justine: It's stuck?
Alexia: I don't know.
Justine: What's Plan B?
Alexia: This is weird. Wait.
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Justine: You'll circumcise me!
Alexia: We have to.
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Giddy stratospheres
Written by Emma Chaplin, Mark Turvey, Dorian Cox, Kate Jackson, Reenie Hollis
Performed by The Long Blondes
© Copyright Control
(p) 2007 Rough Trade Records Limited
Taken from the album 'Someone To Drive You Home'
Licensed Courtesy of Rough Trade Records Limited
By arrangement with Beggars Group Media Limited
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Surprisingly Tasteful...Pun Intended
29 June 2017 | by (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

I heard the hype. How this film was "so horrific" that people left midway through the film after being so repulsed, they were physically ill. I went in with the - negative - expectation that this was going to be a gore fest. SPOILER: it's not. What we have here is a particularly grisly, but effective coming of age story, a genre the French have a penchant for. For a film about cannibalism, it's surprisingly subtle and is generally a slow burn that builds tension well. I found the performances uniformly strong, especially from Garance Millier. Her transformation from shy and socially awkward to animalistic and unhinged is a joy to watch. The atmosphere is well developed, especially those incredibly effective party scenes that perfectly capture what it's like at a wild college party. And I have to say, for such a twisted film, it's surprisingly sexy. Again, thank the French.

No, it's not for the faint of heart and yes, some of the imagery is quite brutal. It could've have fleshed out - heh - some of the relationships between certain characters better, but overall, I'd recommend this to people with open minds and strong stomachs.


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