Directed by Xavier Gens
In the ultra-gory French shocker that put director Xavier Gens (THE DIVIDE) on the map, a gang of bank robbers wind up locked in a vicious battle for survival after hiding out at an inn that’s run by a psychotic neo-nazi family. Once the clan’s intentions become clear, the blindsided crooks must do all they can to fight back and escape, even if it means going to the police. With far right politicians winning elections in the US and Europe and neo-nazis making a resurgence, Gens’ controversial carnage tale seems less like fantasy and more like a scary possibility.
A gang of bank robbers wind up locked in a vicious battle for survival in this ultra-gory French shocker.
Cast: Karina Testa, Samuel Le Bihan, Estelle Lefébure, Aurélien Wiik
The intro description pretty much sums up left wing paranoia, it would be laughable if it wasn’t so pathetic...
For fans of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." A brutal French thriller which, for me, had the same oppressive feel as the Tobe Hooper classic! With gallons of "the red stuff," it should satisfy all the "gore-hounds" out there!
Plot was predictable. Acting wasn’t the best. Didn’t really get a Nazi vibe from the family other than the dad. Overall it was ok, nothing more.