We are the flesh

Directed By : Emiliano Rocha Minter

Mexico / 2016 / 80 min

Technical Details :

Cast :

Noé Hernández, María Evoli, Diego Gamaliel

Produced By :

Piano

Music By :

TBC

Language :

Spanish

Festivals & Awards :

Festivals :

Rotterdam IFFR – Official Selection

Neuchâtel IFF – Official Selection

Fantasia IFF – Camera Lucida – In Competition

Fantastic Fest – Official Selection

Sitges IFF – In Competition

Fantasy FilmFest – In Competition

Oldenburg IFF – Official Selection

Frightfest IFF – Official Selection

EastEnd IFF – In Competition

Mayhem IFF – Official Selection

BIFAN – Official Selection

Milano Film Festival – Official Selection

Morelia IFF – Official Selection

Mar del Plata IFF – Official Selection

Chicago IFF – Official Selection

Thessaloniki IFF – Official Selection

Split IFF – Official Selection

MotelX – Official Selection

L’Etrange FF – Official Selection

Strasbourg European Fantastic FF – Official Selection

Telluride Horror Show – Official Selection

Morbido FF – Official Selection

Sydney Underground FF – Official Selection

Goa IFF – Official Selection

San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy FF – Official Selection

Stoned Film Festival – Official Selection

Denver IFF – Official Selection

Molodist IFF – Official Selection

Goa IFF – Official Selection

Festival Cine Fantastico A Coruna FKM – In Competition

BUT Film Festival – Official Selection

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival – In Competition

Festival International de Film Grolandais – In Competition

KASK CINEMA – Official Selection

Belgrade IFF – Official Selection

Offscreen FF – Official Selection

FicBaq Colombia – Official Selection

Haapsalu Horror Film Festival – Official Selection

Festival du Film Subversif de Metz – Official Selection

Halloween Horror Slovenia – Official Selection

Lima Independiente FF – Official Selection

Halloween Horror Marathon – Ljubljana – Official Selection

Trash WKND – Official Selection

Awards :

Best Actor @ Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Breaktrough Female Performance @ 59th Ariel Awards Ceremony  (“The Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences”)

Watch the Trailer :

Synopsis :

Face to face with (and emerging from) a culture in which cruelty and lust are linked in a shocking way, this debut provides an intense, allegorical vision of an apocalyptic Mexico – one we do not, however, get to see. In a derelict building, a brother and sister become fascinated by an older man.

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