A man who lost an arm and his family to a tribe of cannibals returns ten years later to bring back his teenager daughter, only to find that she grew up into a beautiful blonde woman who became the cannibals' queen.
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A couple and their daughter are cruising through the jungle when their boat is attacked by cannibals. The mother is eaten alive, the father escapes after losing an arm and the daughter is held captive by the tribe. She grows up to be her queen. Now her father is looking for her.Written by
Are you Mr Martin?
May we sit with you?
It's a public place.
I'm told that you know the Malavi region very well; better than you know the palm of your own hand.
No. Leave the palms of my hands out of it. It'd be impossible to know that region in depth.
Who would know it, then?
Only the Gaevis know it well.
That's just who we're looking for.
The Gaevis? Well, in that case, you people better look for somebody else around here.
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Madness or maybe art? Franco splits the world into two halfs.
This film contains scenes which are very likely to disappear from modern cinema. Imagine a today's star (I would reckon Al Cliver as one of the genre)pretending to fight his way through the jungle by walking through an Italian hotel park. The ultimate scene is clearly the fight in the water in a wet white T-shirt where you can see his arm which was meant to be chopped off. So bad that it slowly becomes funny. I am sure that Franco himself had the most of fun. To call this oeuvre Mondo cannibale 3 only harmed the genre and its fans. If you think you have seen it all - watch this. The Franco-cannibals are not very frightening, they wear Shorts and a kind of Halloween face painting, but some moments of the film show them an an LSD light and sound mixture, which obviously is too long but it reminds me of the art experiments of some 70 movies. I am not sure how many films Jess Franco shot, but I know there were many of them. All of them which I saw contain the same cheap and lousy handling of everything which keeps a film together: story, actors, dialogs, camera. I think the time is over where you can shoot a picture like that within ten days and get it into cinemas throughout Europe.
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