You've got to have some kind of special debut film to enlist the likes of Battle In Heaven
helmer Carlos Reygadas and The Revenent
's Alejandro Innaritu to your cause and the fact that both have gotten involved with Emiliano Rocha Minter's post-apocalyptic We Are The Flesh
speaks volumes as to the quality of what is to come, as does the film's selection to the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam. And after sharing a few images earlier in the week ScreenAnarchy is now proud to share the debut trailer for the film and it is truly impressive stuff, by turns gorgeous, perplexing and repulsive.
"We Are the Flesh" is set in a post-apocalypse Mexico, where a brother
and sister, Lucio and Fauna, wander a ruined city for years in search of
food and shelter. They find their way into one of its last surviving
buildings, where a man makes them a dangerous offer to survive the
outside world. As they help him transform the building into a womb-like
cave, a disquieting sexual relationship emerges, along with a dynamic in
which darker instincts do their destructive work.
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