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Start good and the story is exposed for the first time convincingly. The staging is unfortunate, not only photography, production design, casting of actors and soundtrack are pretty crappy and is not due to be independent film titles could cite kicked four hard facts with which technical section has even school (topical examples: Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Blair Witch Project), here also there is lack of media artistic nullity, but anyway, Oscar Rojo strives disturbing and tell a story too good at first, it must be recognized in the first 50 minutes determined effort to overcome this director Brutal Box (2011), his debut unfortunate and expendable . But coming at the end it all comes down, Oscar Rojo does not know how to end the story, the final climax fails, fails also the credibility of an argument that attempts to conclude lacking common sense and logic. It is also in the last half hour where some actors are worse regrettable, especially the protagonist Mario De la Rosa, whose expressiveness is exactly the same in any situation dramatically, which would have a mailbox. Despite all this Omnivores I think it deserves a chance.
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