In New York, college student Justine joins a group of activists led by Alejandro and travels to Peru to protest against a timber industry that is destroying the Amazon rain forest. When the group is returning to civilization, the plane blows-up and crashes into the forest. Soon the survivors discover that they are not alone and they are abducted by a tribe of cannibals.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Despite prominent billing and early advertising stating Sky Ferreira had a significant role, her character is not among the college activists who become preyed upon in the Amazon. In earlier online discussions Ferreira had been confused with Kirby Bliss Blanton's character, Amy, who in the first released still is being marked by the tribe, and with Ignacia Allamand's character Kara, who is seen in a still being helped out of the wreckage by Alejandro. See more »
As Kara is walking away after helping Justine chain herself to a tree, her face mask is on her arm; seconds later it's hanging on her neck and she is proceeding to put it on. All the while Justine is calling her name because her lock isn't working, then Justine appears struggling, then back to Kara getting her cell phone out of her pocket, but the mask seems to have disappeared, then it goes back to Justine, again still struggling with her lock, then back to Kara holding her cell phone up and magically her mask is back on her face. All this in a matter of seconds. See more »
Get media attention. Right or wrong, you need cameras on them. That's the only way people change their behavior. The threat of embarrassment. You must shame them.
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The director, Eli Roth, is also credited as 'Hand Double for Mr. Sabara' See more »
In Singapore, the film was edited before it could be approved for release with an R21 rating. The distributor was made to remove an instance of strong graphic violence which the board felt was gratuitous; the scene in question occurs as the natives hold a man down and torture him cracking open his skull, removing his tongue and limbs, gouging his eyes out and severing his limbs. Without these cuts the film would have been refused classification. See more »
The Green Inferno is a charming little flick, perfect for cozying up and enjoying with the family. Its structured with profound emotion rippling through our hearts as we cheer on a wonderful cast on an adventure into unknown plains. This movie is full of touching moments between broad characters with so much chemistry we cant help but fall in love with them. Its such a joy to see them interact with one another. There is as much stamina in this picture as there is passion. It captures you into its heavily spirited sentiment and never lets go. As the story progresses it only burrows deeper into your soul and leaves you in a state of peaceful wonderment. Don't put off watching this monumental cinematic eye opener any longer.
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