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Low budget, obviously, but story well told. I think the caliber of acting for such a film was excellent and great casting, particularly Ribaldi/Rigoletto, Hans, and Bonnie. Effective story telling, plays like a version of "Beauty and the Beast" in a different light.
If you watch this, then you should be prepared for what you're going to see. It's grotesque, indecent, horrific, and exactly why I rented it. A bit slow though, in my opinion. Those that said the first was not shocking enough, this second one should be.
If being affected emotionally for a few days or perhaps longer is something you enjoy, then this is a must see for anyone who has loved and lost.
If in a relationship, give yourself a bit before speaking to your significant other. (Only speaking from my personal standpoint)
If Tarantino was the director, this would have received much more praise. Great flick, better than expected. Typically, not a Cage fan, but with the grind house like features of this film, the performances were spectacular. Heard shined and Cage was illuminated in a film where if you just expect to have fun and not worry about logistics, you'll be guaranteed an enjoyable experience. Definitely recommend if you can be entertained without critiquing to an aficionado's standpoint.
William Fichtner was amazing, as he typically is. One of my favorite performances by Fichtner and Cage alike. Heard, as a first for me, was incridible as well.