We Are the Flesh

2016 [SPANISH]

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Horror

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IMDb Rating 4.7 10 2281

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Reviewed by gavin6942 6 / 10

Odd, Disturbing and More

After seemingly wandering a ruined city for years in search of food and shelter, two siblings find their way into one of the last remaining buildings. Inside, they find a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world.

For me, this film is all about the rich color of the cinematography (from Yollótl Alvarado), the depth of the sound (from Esteban Aldrete), and the overall atmosphere. I could have used a bit less dizzying camera movement, however, though it does have an underlying purpose. Whether you appreciate the plot and situations or not (and many will not), there is no denying the craft of the camera and sound.

Variety noted that the film was an "extreme Mexican fiesta of incest, cannibalism and explicit sex that should earn detractors and fans in equal measure." Other reviewers have called it simultaneously boring and shocking. It really is all these things... some moments were too much for me to really enjoy the picture, as the shock factor seemed gratuitous -- unlike the extremes of "Visitor Q" or "Salo", which have a clear satirical purpose.

Now, to be fair, "We Are the Flesh" does have its satirical moments. It has digs on "blind patriotism" and attacks the ritualism of religion, specifically Catholicism. As the film progresses, more of this is evident and we realize how much the social conventions and expectations are turned on their head. (Some of the most subtle moments are not even realized until we learn the "names" of the characters from the credits!)

"We Are the Flesh" made quite the impact during 2016 on the festival circuit. I had my first opportunity to see it at Montreal's Fantasia. There was never any doubt that it would be picked up for distribution, though it comes as a surprise that the ones who came along were Arrow Video. Arrow is without question one of the best film distributors in existence, but their focus tends to be classic cult, not contemporary.

Regardless, Arrow pulls all the stops with their Blu-ray. We have new interviews with the director and cast, as well as a highly enlightening visual essay from critic Virginie Sélavy, where she explains easily-overlooked symbolism and draws parallels to the work of Alejandro Jodorowsky. Perhaps best of all ,the disc has two other short films from director Emiliano Rocha Minter: "Dentro" and "Videohome", to really round out the experience.

Reviewed by curtismenne 1 / 10

Wow, what a waste of time and money.

For starters I watched this entire film and thankfully din't pay to watch it either as I wouldn't want to contribute to the people who thought they were making an art film. By a waste of money I mean that making this film wasted investors money. I see on here that some people are dismissed for their negative reviews because they just don't like the rape and incest in this movie but I could care less about that. I enjoy Handmaids Tale and damn near every episode has a rape scene but is still artistic while sending a very clear positive message.

This film on the other hand has a dumb message and was clearly made to satisfy some old dudes kink fantasies. Don't people realize that you can just watch porn for free on the internet?

This movie pretends like it is art because the movie is about rape and drugs are bad MMkay?! Seriously... The movie pretends like there is some unexplained apocalypse so these sibling hide in a cave where a gross old guy makes them have sex and do nasty stuff for him to stay there or something dumb like that. A bunch of weird crap happens and in the end you find out they are just heroine addicts who were strung out in an abandoned building while the real world still exists or something stupid like that. I honestly lost interst half way through out of boredom so it wasn't even succeeding at being shocking. My interest was at least held through Serbian Film because it was shocking and interesting in a way that held my attention while that movie also had a stupid message hid behind sexploitation it was at least made well.

So the message is drugs, rape, and murder are bad mmmkay and people do messed up things for drugs or something... Well duh. If you wanted to be a real artist you would just film a bunch of real junkies blowing a dude in an alley to score crack and then film real addicts strung out and homeless while someone overdoses. Film a real person overdosing until they actually die and put it into Cannes as a documentary and you will have made real art with a real message. Not this exploitation crap that wasted my time. It isn't fun to watch, it isn't a new message, nor is it an old message presented in a way that is shocking or filmed in a way that entertains.

Honestly I just wasted too much time rambling about a boring movie with some incest. If you like sexploitation than you will enjoy it. Otherwise it is just kind of boring. I will save you time and money...

RAPE, INCEST, MURDER, AND DRUGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE REAL WORLD AROUND YOU EVERY DAY!!!! OH NO!!!!

Reviewed by christopher-underwood 8 / 10

a powerful and driven depiction of physical extremes

I had rather expected some sort of Cronenberg inspired piece, so for once was very surprised indeed by what unfolded before me. Early on it reminded me of the 1969 Japanese film Blind Beast where a couple arranged themselves amidst a cavernous space formed from enlarged sculptures of physical forms. The couple become increasingly obsessive towards each other but things do not go as far as they do in this Mexican outing. I have heard it mentioned in the same breath as the films of Gasper Noe, compared to Eraserhead and also Pasolini's Salo, so you get the area we are coming from here. I would say this was more extreme and uncompromising and certainly more explicit. I understand the director was making a point, in this desperate depiction of degradation, that has its roots in Mexican society back to Aztec times and some basic conflagration of sex, death, pain and retribution. It is certainly a powerful and driven depiction of physical extremes that doesn't shy away from anything. So, be warned.

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