We Are What We Are
Directed by Jim Mickle
The Parkers are a seemingly wholesome family, but patriarch Frank rules over them with a rigorous fervour. When tragedy strikes and his daughters Iris and Rose are forced to assume terrifying responsibilities that extend beyond those of a typical family, the local authorities begin to uncover clues to a horrible truth that the Parkers have hidden for so many years. Directed by Jim Mickle (Stakeland) WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, is a chilling tale of a family with a dark, dark secret. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
The Parker sisters struggle with their family's annual cannibalistic tradition.
Cast: Bill Sage, Ambyr Childers, Julia Garner, Wyatt Russell, Nick Damici, Kelly McGillis, Michael Parks
Though the acting was quite good, the story seemed somehow disjointed. Didn’t care for it much.
A fantastic slow burn with great storytelling, writing, and acting. Showcases an emphasis on the sometimes all too real horrors surrounding old family traditions, and the struggle to escape them when you're forced to go against your own.
No need to write anything more than "the ending."
see the foreign language one. owww,when the streetwalkers see mom... see it.
Great acting and story. The ending was immensely satisfying.