Let the Corpses Tan
Directed by Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani
During a beautiful Mediterranean summer, Rhino and his gang steal a cache of of gold. They believe they've found the perfect hideout: a remote and abandoned hamlet that has been taken over by a woman who is searching for inspiration. Unfortunately, surprise guests and two cops compromise their plan, and the heavenly place where wild happenings and orgies used to take place turns into a gruesome battlefield.
After stealing a truckload of gold bars, a gang of thieves engages in an all-day firefight with pursuing cops at the ruins of a remote Mediterranean hamlet.
Cast: Elina Löwensohn, Stéphane Ferrara, Bernie Bonvoisin
This is what happens when you spend all day smelling your own farts and watching Tarantino movies.
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Heaps of style, sex and violence, gold bricks, acid trips. More of a crime and karma story than a horror, but well worth watching.
*sigh* Visually interesting and there's a really neat, interesting performance by Elina Löwensohn as a woman who realizes her summer guests are much more of a bad deal than her usual libertine household. But, as the consequences of their bank robbery pile up and the gunshots keeps happening (and we get weird flashbacks to a silhouetted woman being panted gold, whipped and then peeing gold on someone, to absolutely no effect on the rest of the movie) it all just becomes a blur of people turning on each other with no idea of why or who is with who at one point. It's not terrible, but it's a mess.