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This film follows in that genre of French horror, most fans of horror appreciate. In your face horror which often deals with unpleasant issues, while being graphical and nasty.
As with any good horror film it should shock and make you cringe, then making you question. This horror film is no different, definitely not for the fainthearted or those who will take offence from its themes. Hell is other people and when forced to survive how low will they sink into depravity, while festering in their own stink.
6.5 out of 10 worth the watch just don't go complaining afterwards because it made you question your integrity
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