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ARE WE NOT CATS REVIEWED “Are We Not Cats” made me uncomfortably familiar with tricophagia. That’s the disorder where people pull out their hair and the hair of others. Then, they eat it. The film follows two lovable losers suffering from the condition. These lovers steal things, puke blood and take swipes at others. As a result, they end up leaving situations looking worse for the time they put in. What is to be done...
April 15, 20182 min

ARE WE NOT CATS REVIEWED

“Are We Not Cats” made me uncomfortably familiar with tricophagia. That’s the disorder where people pull out their hair and the hair of others. Then, they eat it. The film follows two lovable losers suffering from the condition. These lovers steal things, puke blood and take swipes at others. As a result, they end up leaving situations looking worse for the time they put in. What is to be done about these lovebirds?

Ultimately, nothing. This film exists for people to marvel at the oddities onscreen. I do buy the romantic chemistry between the leads. However, it feels like I’m being asked to buy mental illness as a lovely fantasy. The baggage that goes along with that takes me out of the movie. Still, it’s pretty sweet in its own way. Give it a shot.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Commentary
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Trailer

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby 5.1

RELEASE DATE: 4/10/18

  • 88%
    Video - 88%
  • 87%
    Audio - 87%
  • 90%
    Special Features - 90%
  • 84%
    Film Score - 84%
87%

The Plot Thus Far

Two strangers spark romance through their unusual habit.

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