Friday, May 6 - Saturday, May 14, 2022
Staff Pick! Chosen by Andrew who says: “I want to see how tasty can someone make cannibalism look.”
From the director of Titane.
“RAW is a film with things to say about body image, finding your identity as a woman and adapting to life as a grown-up. And vet college, it turns out, is the perfect setting for a horror film. Walk into a seminar room and you might see a horse – tranquillised by ketamine – drunkenly thumping to the ground, or dead dogs on concrete slabs ready for dissection class. Ducournau turns even the most innocuous scene into an unnerving endurance test – a Brazilian wax is more gruesome than a hoard of mutant zombies.” – Cath Clarke, Time Out
- Country France
- Language In French with English subtitles
- Year 2016
- Running Time 99 minutes
- Distributor Universal
- Director Julia Ducournau
- Cast Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf, Rabah Nait Oufella
- Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil
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