Aber dieser Film ist nach den heutigen Stand der Filmindustrie nicht mehr anzubieten. Dieser Film hält auch nichts von den was er verspricht. Der Film ist vielmehr ein trotz bedächtiger Inszenierung überaus spannender Trip in eine ebenso mondäne wie dekadente Welt, in der man mit. Omnivoros - Das letzte Ma(h)l ein Film von Óscar Rojo mit Mario de la Rosa, Paco Manzanedo. Inhaltsangabe: Marcos Vela (Mario de la Rosa).
Omnivoros - Das letzte Ma(h)l ungeschnitten ab 18 JahrenOmnivoros – Das letzte Ma(h)l - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | taremayuge.com "Soylent Green" als Haute Cuisine. Dass Kannibalismus, obgleich er de facto nur selten vorkommt, den Horrorfilm fasziniert und beschäftigt. Marcos Vela ist ein Restaurantkritiker, stets auf der Suche nach einer Top-Story. Eines Tages erfährt er von einem ganz besonderen Restaurant, in welchem die handverlesene Kundschaft angeblich Menschenfleisch serviert bekommt. Von journalistischem.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos 4. Movie Info. Marcos investigates the rise of clandestine restaurants and discovers one serves a special type of meat.
If he is not careful, he might become a special on the menu. Cristina Gallo. Mar 11, BRUTAL BOX, S. Fernando Albizu. Sara Gomez Eva.
Carina Björne Gloria. Ismael Fritschi Riky. Rebeca Moreno Lola. Cristina Gallo Producer. Jul 23, I'm sure there's a deeper message, much like how the strong, or powerful, consume the weaker of those among us, but this movie really isn't that good.
The main problem is the incredibly poor acting that is on display here. The only good performance is the only role that doesn't have any lines and that is the guy that kidnaps and kills the people.
And I don't mean that as a backhanded compliment, because Paco Manzanedo, who plays this character, is actually good at his job.
Just the way he carries himself, his body language, I think he's definitely the highlight of this film.
I also appreciate the fact that the film, while dealing with a subject near and dear to the horror genre, handles its subject matter in an unconventional manner.
There is some gore and blood, there's one particularly nasty scene where the villain stabs a man in the neck and blood spurts out. Unfortunately the blood looks more like strawberry juice than actual blood, there's not that thickness to it, but it is a pretty nasty scene.
The film deals more with the horror of the fact that underground restaurants, where people consume human meat, even exist and the fact that these people are so casual about it, not realizing, or even caring, about the consequences of their actions.
Granted, they do not participate in the murder of the people they consume, but they pay to be there just the same. If they weren't willing, or able, to pay for that there would be no such underground restaurant.
I think that's where the film gets most of its horror from and it's certainly very much appreciated. Too many times horror relies on unstoppable monsters and supernatural beings, and I'm not saying I don't enjoy those films because I do, and very much so, but it's always refreshing to see a film dial that back and focus on something that isn't completely improbable.
If it was based on that alone, this film would get at least an average rating. Unfortunately, however, because of that more 'dialed' back story that focuses on something real, that means that there is more of a showcase for acting.
And this is where the film really falters, it's just really rough going for the most part. There are some moments here and there but, for the most part, this just isn't good on the acting front.
And I think it's to the point that it lowers this film's score. It doesn't lower it that much because it's not godawful acting, but it's very noticeable.
Just for its idea, and its execution, I have to give the film 2 stars. There's just something to this movie that I really liked.
If only they could've gotten the budget necessary to get a really strong cast, that would've made the movie much better than it currently is. The Most Anticipated Movies to Stream in February Foreign Films Some Keepers, Some not.
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Show HTML View more styles. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? David Fernando Albizu Dimas Carina Björne Gloria Mario de la Rosa Marcos Vela Marta Flich Eva Ismael Fritschi Carla Esther Lara Kabuki 1 Paco Manzanedo Matarife Elisa Matilla Lola Guillermo Pardo Gil Edit Storyline A restaurant critic writing about secret supper clubs gets the chance to join an elitist society of cannibals.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Its character represents power and its manners are the ones of who has it all and achieves it all.
It's the prodigious mind of the psycho killer. The disturbing Paco Manzanedo incredibly enacts the silent killer. The film does not show a big variety of gore scenes —fortunately-, but the impact that provoke the scenes that appear is overwhelming.
This may explain the high level of identification with the victims. You could say that you fear with them, you suffer with them and you fear death for them.
Anyway Oscar Rojo has been able to suggest so much more than the images show. And what he suggests is totally terrifying.
It is his great merit. To achieve the same other films have had to spend a big part of their budget in super expensive make up effects and in bulk quantities of blood.
I missed a film that based its strength —and what a strength! I wonder what would have Oscar Rojo done if he had counted with a higher budget.
Start good and the story is exposed for the first time convincingly. The staging is unfortunate, not only photography, production design, casting of actors and soundtrack are pretty crappy and is not due to be independent film titles could cite kicked four hard facts with which technical section has even school topical examples: Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Blair Witch Project , here also there is lack of media artistic nullity, but anyway, Oscar Rojo strives disturbing and tell a story too good at first, it must be recognized in the first 50 minutes determined effort to overcome this director Brutal Box , his debut unfortunate and expendable.
But coming at the end it all comes down, Oscar Rojo does not know how to end the story, the final climax fails, fails also the credibility of an argument that attempts to conclude lacking common sense and logic.
It is also in the last half hour where some actors are worse regrettable, especially the protagonist Mario De la Rosa, whose expressiveness is exactly the same in any situation dramatically, which would have a mailbox.
Despite all this Omnivores I think it deserves a chance. Coventry 18 April One or two, maybe, with "Ravenous and the flamboyant German sick-flick "Cannibal"?
Personally I presumed that the cannibal sub genre — just as with authentic zombie movies — got ruined because of stupid and infuriating comedies like the god-awful "Fresh Meat", but apparently there is still hope.
The culinary journalist Marcos Vela is assigned to investigate the new and immensely popular trend of clandestine restaurants; private gatherings between eminent people that pay large sums of money for unique food experiences.
After a few introduction meals, Marcos rapidly learns that the notorious urban legends of human flesh tastings are real and, thanks to his natural charms, he even obtains an invitation to a cannibal steak party.
That's admirable, and Mr. Rojo also came across as a truly devoted and passionate film maker when I saw him at the Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Films.
The extended mutilations sequences the preparation of the human dishes are extremely vile and sickening, especially since they are performed by the utmost evil "cook" imaginable.
The Spanish actor Paco Manzanedo depicts one of the most menacing — and silent - killers I've seen in a long period. This is a movie with a fantastic, very original premise.
Yet, it also falls far short of its potential.Omnívoros Trailer - Omnívoros Estreno en España: No hay fecha confirmada de lanzamiento Sinopsis: Un prestigioso periodista gastronómico acepta el encar. Mindenevők (Omnívoros, ) színes, spanyol horror Marcos Vela (Mario de la Rosa), rangos gasztronómiai újságíró-ételkritikus, új feladatot keres magának, h. Directed by Óscar Rojo. With Ángel Acero, Fernando Albizu, Carina Björne, Mario de la Rosa. A restaurant critic writing about secret supper clubs gets the chance to join an elitist society of cannibals. Omnívoros is a film to taste calmly. Its filmmaker Oscar Rojo shows us some of the most shocking images seen in theatres and introduces us into the world of social elites without morals which dominate the ones they consider inferiors –actually everyone that is not like them- at any price. Omnívoros, casting du film: Ángel Acero, Fernando Albizu, Carina Björne, Mario de la Rosa, Marta Flich, Ismael Fritschi, Darío Frías, Sara Gómez, Esther Lara, Alberto Jo Lee, Aitor Legardón, Paco Manzanedo, Elisa Matilla, Rebeca Moreno, Bea Ramos et Teresa Soria Ruano.