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Cannibal (2010)

PG-13 | | Horror, Romance, Thriller | 2010 (Belgium)
Max is agoraphobic and lives in a cabin in the middle of nowhere. One night, he finds a beautiful unconscious woman (Bianca). Her body is covered with blood.

Director:

Benjamin Viré

Writer:

Benjamin Viré
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicolas Gob ... Max
Helena Coppejans Helena Coppejans ... Bianca
Jean Collard Jean Collard ... Alex
Eric Godon ... Le Gitan
Pierre Nisse ... Cuneyt
Jonathan Demurger Jonathan Demurger ... Jannot
Miguel Molina Miguel Molina ... Hubert (as Micky Molina)
Philippe Nahon ... Le père
Fatih Cam Fatih Cam ... Fatih
Sayat Puzant Sayat Puzant ... Sayat
Axel Isenge Axel Isenge
Cédric Tabala Cédric Tabala ... Cristiano
Luigi Borrey Luigi Borrey
Mounir Tinani Mounir Tinani ... Samuel
Marilyn Capel Marilyn Capel ... Sandrine
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Max is agoraphobic and lives in a cabin in the middle of nowhere. One night, he finds a beautiful unconscious woman (Bianca). Her body is covered with blood.

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PG-13 | See all certifications »

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Country:

Belgium

Language:

French

Release Date:

2010 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

Cannibal - Sie hat dich zum Fressen gern See more »

Filming Locations:

Braine-le-Château, Belgium See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Plot Point Productions See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Solid and Gritty ... better than the IMDb score suggests
24 November 2011 | by SpannersGerm669See all my reviews

This is a case of the movie being better than the IMDb score that its given. It is not a perfect film and definitely not up there with the best of the French speaking horror films, but its certainly one worth the effort to check out. The characters are paper thin, but the performances from the leads were strong enough to develop a connection with the viewer. Its not the most gory film, but there are enough scenes to make the viewer uncomfortable and portray the lead actress as someone who is dangerous and gives her a primal kind of feel. The villain gypseys could have had a bit more depth to them, but to me they were just a side story, as the real story was about the connection between both Max and Bianca. The cinematography was the biggest plus for this film. Its a lower budget feel, which helps in portraying a dull, boring atmosphere, that the lead character was living. I especially liked the mixture of black and white towards the end, when things were getting a bit out of hand. There is also a neat little cameo from French legend Phillipe Nahon. All in all, its a decent film worth checking out, especially if you like the French speaking horror films. It doesn't come without its flaws, but its better than IMDb suggests


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