Bacurau, a small settlement in Brazil's remote backcountry, is shaken by the death of its elderly matriarch. But something strange is happening in the village, and there's little time for mourning. The water supply has been cut off, animals are stampeding through the streets, and empty coffins are turning up on the roadside. One morning, the villagers wake up to find their home has disappeared from satellite maps completely. Under threat from an unknown enemy, Bacurau braces itself for a bloody, brutal fight for survival.
Udo Kier cried in a premiere for the first time in his 50-year career during Bacurau's Cannes big day. He stated it wasn't just because of the film itself but the whole experience of filming it. See more »
The water truck was shot up on the way to the village but a closeup shows rust seeping from the bullet holes, indicating that they've been in place for some time. See more »
decent brazilian movie.. Great social nudity scenes.
Glad I watched.
For the ones who said tarantino would had shot this better are wrong, the scrip would have not be at this level and is not Brazilian. also he would have indulged in bad long monologues or dialogues and frankly he misses lot more then hits since pulp fiction.no, this film im glad he didn't screw up..
do not read too much reviews ,
some scenes a bit too long but that is open to discussion .
it is a mysterious movie too.
udo good in this movie.
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