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Plot: Marcos Vela is a prestigious gastronomic journalist who accepts the request of an independent publisher to write an article on the recent emergence of the Clandestine Restaurants.
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A little big film.
Omnívoros is a film to taste calmly. Its filmmaker Oscar Rojo shows us some of the most shocking images seen in theatres and introduces us into the world of social elites without morals which dominate the ones they consider inferiors –actually everyone that is not like them- at any price. To this “superior race” the use of violence is totally justified to achieve their purpose and it even works as another puzzle piece of the profitable business that is “cannibalism for rich people”. The film removes consciences. It has some gore parts but it does not use them excessively. It does not provoke a blood show that may distract the audience; on the contrary it has gore in its fine measure. In fact Omnívoros is more of a Thriller than a Horror movie. Its frenetic rhythm catches you from the beginning –with a memorable initial scene- and it doesn’t let you breathe until the spectacular finale. To this we have to add an original soundtrack that works with mathematical precision. The outstanding Fernando Albizu impersonates the owner of the cannibal restaurant, a man with no morals, with no remorse, a cold blooded man. Its character represents power and its manners are the ones of who has it all and achieves it all. It’s the prodigious mind of the psycho killer. The disturbing Paco Manzanedo incredibly enacts the silent killer. Implacable, brutal, merciless The perfect accessory to the character of Fernando Albizu. The film does not show a big variety of gore scenes –fortunately-, but the impact that provoke the scenes that appear is overwhelming. This may explain the high level of identification with the victims. You could say that you fear with them, you suffer with them and you fear death for them. Anyway Oscar Rojo has been able to suggest so much more than the images show. And what he suggests is totally terrifying. It is his great merit. To achieve the same other films have had to spend a big part of their budget in super expensive make up effects and in bulk quantities of blood. Although the screenplay is not perfect, the truth is that Omnívoros is a little big feature film that doesn’t let you indifferent. I missed a film that based its strength –and what a strength!- in the idea and not in special effects. I wonder what would have Oscar Rojo done if he had counted with a higher budget.
Boring movie from Spain
This movie is weird… I’ve always enjoyed the modern European cinema. There’s tons of fantastic movies produced in Spain, France, even Russia. In fact, Europe and Asia (specially South Korea, China, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan), have manage to surpass even Hollywood (it’s still in a downfall, in quality terms). Spain, has a remarkable list of horror/thriller/suspense movies, like the franchise REC, The Eye of Julia, among others… so, it was with great expectations that I saw this one… so let me start:
1. The plot in IMDb is wrong… no one is trying to buy a house. The movie is about a journalist that is making an investigation about underground restaurants. In the midst of the investigation, he was invited to an underground restaurant that served human meat. If you’re not in the “cuisine” thing (like Ramsay’s or Olivier’s TV shows viewers), this plot is somewhat empty, for you…
2. The acting is neither bad or good… it seems empty… only that…
3. There is some nudity, along the movie, but it tends to be “blurred” by the violence of the scene itself…
4. The movie builds around food, and cannibalism, but, with the exceptions of the meat preparations, there’s almost no shock around the scenes… I don’t know why, but the whole movie seems to be forced…
5. I liked the soundtrack… for me, it’s the only good point of the movie itself…
So, if you “dig” cannibal movies, try the oldies… Cannibal Holocaust, for instance… this one, for those who are not into food, as an art, is very boring… if you are interested in food, and enjoy Ramsay’s programs, and are addicted to food, not only as a physiologic need, but also as interest, you may find it interesting… for me, is a “no-no”.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Óscar Rojo
Writer Óscar Rojo
Actors Ángel Acero, Fernando Albizu, Carina Björne
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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