Blurring borders between documentary and fiction, this film portrays a few moments from the lives of three men from Belo Horizonte: a transsexual prostitute and academic, a Hare Krishna soccer fan and a would-be writer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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scott g (au) wrote: some good moments but few and far between, it turns into a typical backwoods horror, with the pig that you think its about, not really getting that much attention, it revolvs more around rednecks after the young friends out to capture the local legend
Sherwin L (it) wrote: An old-fashioned sepia-toned movie that works surprisingly well.
Matt H (ru) wrote: Solid post-apocalypse movie. Had decent world building. Not much happens, but it's tone/mood keep's it interesting.
Sam G (ru) wrote: it was good but french:(
Private U (es) wrote: A Great Documentry for, The Men Who Dont Fit in...
Justin O (us) wrote: A comedy take on the classic horror franchise works well at parts though the jokes are a bit dated.
Bill B (es) wrote: First of all, I had no idea this was based on something Dean Koontz wrote, and it has some nicely unsettling bits of the house tormenting and taking advantage of poor Julie Christie, even becoming something I'd seen later parodied on The Simpsons,Worth a rental.
Michael W (es) wrote: Insolent youths from child's ward of State Mental Hospital terrorize adults in remote winter home. The children effectively cut off lines of communication and transportation and hunt the adults with rifles and beartraps, even adding piranha to the bath water. Far-fetched and at times appalling but memorable.
Donnie B (kr) wrote: At times it is a bit campy, but it's always interesting and the performances always involving.
SHAHIN A (de) wrote: ALRIGHT FILM...WORTH WATHCHING.
Private U (es) wrote: One of those films nobody ever talks about.
Sian H (fr) wrote: This is tragically epic, I loved it but at the same time I hated it knowing it actually happened to so many around the world, it's so well acted and sensitively made yet is gritty, harsh and pulls no punches, left me on a crying jag for hours, so moving