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Plot Summary
When his father dies unexpectedly, Alfredo (Francisco Barreiro) must step up and become the man of the house, providing for his mother and siblings by putting food on the table. This would be a tough obligation for any teenager to shoulder, but things are worse for Alfredo because of his family's special diet: human flesh. Now, Alfredo must stalk and kidnap victims for his cannibal family's ritualistic murders without drawing the notice of police. It's a gruesome task that may destroy him.

Cast: Francisco Barreiro , Alán Chávez , Paulina Gaitan , Carmen Beato , Jorge Zárate , Esteban Soberanes , Adrián Aguirre , Miriam Balderas

Director: Jorge Michel Grau

Genres: Drama, Horror

We Are What We Are (2010)

Release Date: February 18th, 2011|1 hr. 30 min.

critic reviews ( 3 )
fan reviews ( 1 )
  • This gruesome, allegorical drama is dark and unsettling, but not so original that it begs to be let in. show more

  • Like zombie auteur George Romero at his best, Grau locks his sights on his social commentary of choice and goes after it with the zeal of a 19-year-old cannibal girl sinking an ax into the skull of her next meal. The result is messy, but it makes more than a meal. show more

  • The very woozy nature of the story itself works. show more

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  • July 29, 2011 uj00000000097480
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    I found it unsettling. I found myself waiting for the ending

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