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Cannibal (2013)
« on: December 07, 2015, 02:15:01 AM »
Caníbal aka Cannibal (2013)



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In the sleepy Spanish town of Granada, a mild-mannered tailor and secret cannibal unexpectedly finds himself falling in love with his latest prospective victim, in director Manuel Martín Cuenca’s disturbing yet intoxicating tale of bizarre romance.

Carlos (Antonio de la Torre) works as a tailor in Granada, one of Spain's sleepy southern cities where time seems to have stopped — and where things that lurk in the shadows can remain unnoticed. Carlos lives alone and rarely interacts with anyone beyond his clients. No one would imagine that this shy and respectable tradesman is actually a murderer and a cannibal, remorselessly targeting Eastern European women who have no papers and filling his freezer with their flesh. Then the truly unexpected occurs: Nina (Olimpia Melinte), the Romanian twin sister of one of his victims, appears at his front door, and love slowly creeps in.



2013: Goya Awards: Best Cinematography. 8 Nominations
2013: Sebastian Film Festival: Best Cinematography
2014: Fenix Film Awards: 2 Nominations including Best Actor (Antonio de la Torre)

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Re: Cannibal (2013)
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2015, 09:04:54 PM »
I've been considering checking this one out for awhile now. Is it disturbing, fucked up or extreme at all? :)
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Re: Cannibal (2013)
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2015, 06:35:30 AM »
I've been considering checking this one out for awhile now. Is it disturbing, fucked up or extreme at all? :)
Disturbing yes, extreme no. The guy is psychopath and a cannibal, but don't expect a lot of blood and guts everywhere, it's more subtle, sort of a psychological thriller might say.

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Re: Cannibal (2013)
« Reply #3 on: December 08, 2015, 01:44:49 PM »
Disturbing yes, extreme no. The guy is psychopath and a cannibal, but don't expect a lot of blood and guts everywhere, it's more subtle, sort of a psychological thriller might say.

Cool, Thanks. Going to check this one out soon. :)
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