When a successful country lawyer captures and attempts to "civilize" the last remaining member of a violent clan that has roamed the Northeast coast for decades, he puts the lives of his family in jeopardy.
Against the backdrop of grisly murders and child abductions, a clan of cannibalistic savages which plague the North-east Coast since 1858, is after an unsuspecting family and their innocent baby girl. Do they have what it takes to survive?
A young woman's quest for revenge against the people who kidnapped and tormented her as a child leads her and a friend, who is also a victim of child abuse, on a terrifying journey into a living hell of depravity.
Raised by wolves, the vulnerable last survivor of a cannibalistic tribe bathes wounded in a river somewhere in the lush woods of North-east Coast, where she used to roam free. In the eyes of the misogynistic lawyer, Chris, the naked beast-like savage seems to be the perfect trophy for his home; however, is there a place for a feral, flesh-eating primitive among civilised people? In the following days--bent on domesticating the untamed female by breaking her will--the sadistic man will make the woman his project, as Chris' dysfunctional family struggles to keep the proud predator in captivity. Although, pretty soon, no restraints, no training--and, certainly, no male supremacy--will be no match for the raging woman's raw and merciless retaliation. Can they escape from the monster's fury?Written by
The book 'The Woman' will be released to coincide with the film. See more »
The hole drilled through the basement door would not allow to have a direct view on the woman's face. See more »
I never condoned what you did. Never. You just can't keep putting one thing on top of the other and expect to keep getting away with it forever. I've had it.
OK. So what are you gonna do, I mean what is your plan, what? I just would like to know, what the fuck you think you're going to do about it.
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After the credits, we see the young girl interact with a bizarre figure. A weird scene indeed. See more »
The only positive thing i can say is all the actors involved are great and did their best considering the director and his execution of the material. Pollyanna McIntosh and Angela Bettis were especially excellent and were the only reason to finish watching. I am not troubled by disturbing themes and visuals as long as they aren't trite or gratuitous. The use of music was terrible, the camera-work at times seemed amateurish, and nothing rang true like something like this could actually happen. I guess i'm not a McKee fan. 'Red' with Brian Cox was excellent though but i'm uncertain how much of his talent is in the final product.
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