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Carne is a visceral and shocking arthouse short story, a solid forty-minute prelude to Noé's fantastic full-length film I Stand Alone, superbly edited and crafted like no other director would.
The story of a mad butcher who stabs a man whom he thought had raped his mute daughter. It was shot with the distinct style from director Noe that uses rapid freeze frames and jump cuts to narrate the story. It is a disturbing yet very artistic arthouse short
Oh how I love fresh meat,prickly made like a vesper nun.. Noe practically slaughters his protagonist,chopping off his sentimentality or should we point out his...slothfulness?
The story of the deranged french butcher began with this short film that displays every single trademark of the pretentious filmmaker Gaspar Noe, the prominent use of black and red, the disturbing presence of Philippe Nahon, titlecards, explicit carnage, sexuality and gutter language. definitely not for the squeamish.
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