In a twisted world, Marianne gives birth to a rather unusual child. While the child is born dead, life finds its way through the afterbirth. Marianne decides to raise her placenta as a normal human being; as a young man named Luke. Behind his monstrous facade, there is revealed a person of intelligence, faith and sensitivity. Luke struggles for his place in a world of drunks, junkies, whores and bodybuilders. An insane world that treats him as a freak. As this hostile society slowly pushes him towards the edge, Luke has to choose between holding on to his gentle ideals or becoming the merciless soldier his mother always wanted him to be.Written by
Yves Sondermeier and Joel Rabijns
During the premiere at the Sphinx cinema in Belgium, audiences were offered popcorn in custom-made "Popcorn and vomit bags" by one of the wrestlers from the film and two girls (one of them Sofie Hoflack as her Rihanna character) in originally designed bikini's. This promotional stunt broke the theater's 25 year no-popcorn policy. See more »
Composed and performed by Russ Huddleston and Robert Smith Jr.
Sourced from the HD restoration of Manos: The Hands of Fate by Benjamin Solovey
Compiled by Derek Singer
Engineering by Derek Singer and Cory Fujimori
Legal by Ian K Friedman, Esq. See more »
A true gem.
Glad I found this movie. I've often wondered how difficult it would be to raise a placenta. Luke was a very moody one, and difficult to get along with.
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