How sweet! Fresh meat! At least for our friends across the pond. Here in the States our meats are usually processed with fillers like pretty teens, PG-13 kills, and of course floating heads on posters.
Arriving on UK DVD September 26th from Matchbox Films is Benjamin Viré’s Cannibal, which stars Helena Coppejans and Nicolas Gob. Philippe Nahon (High Tension) co-produced the film with Eric Godon (the two previously collaborated on The Pack).
Max (Gob), an agoraphobic golfing enthusiast with a murky past, leads a secluded life in the remote Belgian countryside. While out in the woods practising his swing, he stumbles across an unconscious young woman (Coppejans) covered in dirt and blood and takes her home to clean her up and take care of her. Despite not fully trusting the stranger, whom he decides to call Bianca, Max begins to develop an attraction towards this mysterious beauty.
One evening, when Bianca escapes the house and runs into the woods, Max decides to follow her and is shocked to find her cannibalizing a man while having sex with him. Overcoming his initial revulsion, Max becomes fascinated by Bianca’s deviant behavior and the two begin a bizarre romantic relationship. But it soon becomes apparent that Max is not the only one with a keen interest in Bianca and her unconventional habits when she is abducted and he once again comes face to face with his own violent past.
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