“I always dream to square marden.”
It is an absolute no-brainer as to how Raw has gained its notorious reputation. Julia Ducournau’s directorial debut is a one-of-a-kind coming of age film that is fuelled with gore, gruesomeness and intensity. With a brutally original story that grips you with its sickening but visually striking imagery, there is no denying that Ducournau has great confidence in her style and direction.
I rarely venture into the gore subgenre but sitting through this was such a unique cinematic experience. I gagged. I winced. I lost my appetite to eat dinner afterwards. But most importantly I learnt that human flesh can somehow taste like curry. Who would have thought?
Sorry, Eddie. The roller skates stay ON during sex.
- Rollergirl, probably
THIS WAS WILD AF. Literally big dick energy. What an absolute talent PTA is to have made this at only 27 years young. You can really tell there was a strong influence from Martin Scorsese not only in regards to the technical aspects but the structure of the story too. The long takes and tracking shots of the opening and pool party scenes effectively introduce the ensemble cast…