What an ugly movie. Man is a wolf for man in the proper sense since human beings become cannibalistic. If I admit to like the denunciation of capitalistic greed (the canibalism) the film seems to regret the society in which we live (the world before the apocalipse and the family-cliche at the end with the father, the mother, the children and the dog like in all capitalistic American commericals). While we can wonder if it was really the golden age that is depicted in the film ... Moreover, why in a film that seems to want to transmit "values" Are the canibales unpunished? On the other hand, the black villain who steals (normal since he is black ...) is punished for theft, whereas he had no other choice to eat, and it is presented as normal and just but the canibals remain unpunished! Morality: Let's continue to plunder Africa (the black guy is stripped of his clothes and has only his eyes to cry), they will let themselves be extorted while whimpering but the capitalists will continue. That's how it happens in reality, the film has the merit of showing this, but if it has the values ??to convey it is seriously lacking.