WE ARE THE FLESH REVIEWED
“We Are The Flesh” is Mexican arthouse horror. But, it also plays as a Dystopian future drama. What follows is a crazy man propositioning a sister and brother to commit incest. It’s the crazy future and food isn’t guaranteed. Crazy guy has food and he wants to see siblings bone. This happens within the first act of the film. That’s the kind of film we’re checking out today.
For a shocking film shot on the cheap, it looks rather amazing. The smooth color scale and stylistic choices make the graphic content easier to enjoy. Is it safe to say you could enjoy something like this? I mean, does anyone really enjoy “Salo”? These are films that happen and you can later enjoy them as things to cross of your cinematic bucket list. Noe Hernandez is the MVP of this film, as he balances crazy in a way that feels true for a dark future tale.
- New interviews with director Emiliano Rocha Minter and cast members Noé Hernández, María Evoli and Diego Gamaliel
- A new video essay by critic Virginie Sélavy
- Original theatrical trailer
- Two short films by Emiliano Rocha Minter; Dentro and Videohome
- Stills gallery
- 1.85:1 1080p transfer
- DTS-HD 5.1 master audio track