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Tenemos la carne (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy, Horror | 20 January 2017 (USA)
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After wandering a ruined city for years in search of food and shelter, two siblings find their way into one of the last remaining buildings. Inside, they find a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world.
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Credited cast:
Noé Hernández ... Mariano
María Evoli ... Fauna
Diego Gamaliel ... Lucio
Gabino Rodríguez ... Soldado mexicano
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María Cid ... María
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After wandering a ruined city for years in search of food and shelter, two siblings find their way into one of the last remaining buildings. Inside, they find a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world.

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Drama | Fantasy | Horror

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We Are the Flesh  »

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$400,000 (estimated)
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This is the fourth film in Mexico to achieve the highest rating, which is the "D" certificate. Only this film as well as Eli Roth's Hostel (2005), Michael Winterbottom's 9 Songs (2004) and Gaspar Noé's Love (2015) have gotten this certificate, which is usually given to pornographic films. See more »

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Mariano: We've chosen you by chance. Chance is the most dangerous criminal to ever roam the earth.
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In the ending credits it reads "escrita y digerida por Emilio Rocha Minter", which translates to "written and digested by Emilio Rocha Minter" See more »

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Awful, and pretentious as hell
29 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Was there even a script for this film? It feels like a three-year-old's version of "shocking," when it's boring, pretentious, and so on. We're treated to a crazy homeless guy who lets a brother and sister squat with him, but in exchange, they must do whatever he wants. He wants incest, torture, and murder. In the hands of a better filmmaker, this might be something, but it's one of the worst films I've ever seen, and I rather enjoy bad movies --- the so bad they're good kind. It takes a hell of a lot to make me actively hate a film. The most astonishing thing about this movie is why so many film festivals saw it as "art" and choose to screen it.


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