WE ARE THE FLESH
WE ARE THE FLESH
Type of media Film
Approved Running time 80m 2s
Release date 18/11/2016
BBFCInsight strong sex, violence, gore, sexual violence
Genre(s) Drama, Horror
Director(s) Emiliano Rocha Minter
Cast includes Noé Hernández, María Evoli, Diego Gamaliel, María Cid, Gabino Rodríguez
Summary WE ARE THE FLESH is a Mexican drama about a brother and sister who become involved in a twisted relationship with an isolated older man.
Cut This work was passed uncut.
BBFCinsight publication date 08/11/2016
Note: The following text may contain spoilers
WE ARE THE FLESH is a Mexican drama about a brother and sister who become involved in a twisted relationship with an isolated older man.
Scenes of strong sex include a brother and sister being manipulated into sleeping together. There are explicit images of oral sex, intercourse, masturbation and ejaculation.
There is also a scene in which a woman appears to masturbate under her clothes while sitting astride a corpse.
There are strong verbal sex references as characters talk about masturbation and incest.
Scenes of strong violence include a man's throat being cut, with sight of the wound opening up and blood being drained into a bucket. There is also sight of people writhing around in blood, and sight of a man's bloody severed head being held aloft.
There is a scene of non consensual sexual activity in which a woman is kissed and has her bare breast fondled while she cries in distress. Later the woman appears to consent to further sexual activity with a man and woman.
The film also features very strong language ('c**t') and strong language ('f**k'), as well as milder bad language including 'bitch' and 'whore.
There are some scenes of implied drug use.
In one scene, a woman appears to drip menstrual blood into a man's mouth.
- WE ARE THE FLESH
- Also known as
- TENEMOS LA CARNE
- Arrow Film Distributors Ltd
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- 80m 2s
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