Raw

When a young vegetarian undergoes a carnivorous hazing ritual at vet school, an unbidden taste for meat begins to grow in her.

"Julie Ducournau’s Raw is a great piece of genre film-making and alongside Jordan Peele’s Get Out, is one of the most impressive debut features that has been released recently."  - Alex Lines, Film Inquiry

"Ducournau’s film is at once intellectual and visceral, it is as motivated from the brain as it is from the body. With this unusual device of cannibalism, Ducournau vividly illustrates a uniquely feminine body horror, both emotional and corporeal, rendered in vast, bold, dripping red strokes." - Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service

"Ducournau’s lurid, vivid film is visually striking, full of images that will shock you while others will lull you with a hypnotic beauty. And though it has glimmers of style that are reminiscent of thriller masters—the body horror of David Cronenberg, the gaudy surrealism of David Lynch—“Raw” is very much its own artful entity with its own singular voice." - Christy Lemire, RogerEbert.com

Watch a trailer here!

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