Raised as a rigorous vegetarian, doe-eyed freshman Justine is sent off to the reputable Saint-Exupéry Veterinary School where the black sheep of the family, her big sister, Alexia is already studying. As she leaves the family home, Justine abruptly moves into a mad new world of strange school traditions and vicious initiation tests and before long, she will have to chew over her unshakable herbivorous beliefs. More and more as Justine descends deeper and deeper into a hidden world of uncharted animalistic tendencies, an unprecedented and equally morbid craving for raw meat will transform her into something she would have never expected. Now that Justine's corporeal awakening is finally complete, is there any point in denying her hunger for raw flesh?! —Nick Riganas
Needs more than Cannibalism
Its easy to understand the pull of the full. You want to watch a film about a girl who becomes a cannibal.. the film is very well crafted and full of interesting images. The acting is very good and the camera work solid. But somewhere during the film you begin to question the purpose of this film- it is neither full-blown horror nor is it a deep character study of a girl who is grappling with the cannibal inside her. I say give me Hannibal Lector anytime!
- Mar 21, 2017
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