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In terms of form as well as content, Caniba is decidedly not for everyone, but its story - and the questions it poses - are hard to ignore.
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"I can't stomach this anymore," Jun eventually remarks, as his brother pages through his illustrated confession. That makes all of us.
Caniba features no explanatory text or outside voices of any kind.
I consider Sagawa repellent, and the movie an exercise in intellectualized scab-picking.
Lurid to an almost farcical degree.
Caniba is no Leviathan, but there is something undeniably fascinating at work.
Makes a proud point of its unpleasantness.
It's puzzling to reconcile how Castaing-Taylor and Paravel simultaneously operate on such a high level ... while also strapping themselves into an aesthetic chastity belt.
A fascinating film you won't ever want to see again, if you can get through it the first time.
Caniba isn't the mammoth achievement of Leviathan, but the filmmakers have cobbled together another disturbing film about human loneliness.
Throughout Caniba, there's a singularly disquieting relationship between the filmmakers' formal experimentation and their subject.
A weirdo documentary based on a true story of modern-day cannibalism.
The film is content to depict Sagawa's morbid fascinations in a bold and unconventional way, rather than question its own; it's easier to feel and sense than to try to understand.
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