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Though it premiered at Sundance earlier this year, we haven't seen much in the way of footage from Jim Mickle's We Are What We Are. The remake of Michel Grau's Mexican cannibal drama, it sounded like Mickle was going to be moving the story to the backwoods and if this first clip from the movie is any indication, it also appears to be a period piece.

The scene, a quiet dinner with the Parker family, is creepy not only because of the setting itself which is dark and impossibly quiet, but also because of the way Mickle captures it. Even if you didn't know what exactly was going on, the scene drops some pretty big but subtle hints that something isn't quite right whit the food the family is consuming. It's great stuff.


We Are What We Are will play the Director's Fortnight at Cannes.


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Missphitts (7 years ago) Reply

LOVE Stakeland. This will be high among my anticipated.

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LurkerKurt (7 years ago) Reply

English subtitles would be nice. Nonetheless, it looks great and I can't wait to see it either. Also, it appears to me to possible be post-apocolyptic. Notice the phonograph powered by a car battery.


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