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My first impression on reading the promo on the video cover was that this has to be a spoof, Kannibal - Hannibal. Viewed in this genre the film comes off, not notably, but, decently done as these are professionals doing, well, what they do. I do get another underlying theme here, assumingly promulgated, by the director / cast : You Americans like sex and gore, we'll do our best satiate your appetite. And there is, of course, the obligatory swipe at the rather bumbling and pathetic whining "What's this all about," lead detective, also decently cast. I suppose my summation is that this film is more of a social commentary about the audience than about any permissiveness, or poor taste, of movie content.
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