Michel Grau

We Are What We Are (REVIEW)

The title is a good indication the family at the center of “We Are What We Are” is meant to be a bit of an enigma. The film opens with a somewhat on-the-nose indicator of the combination of social commentary and grisly horror that director Jorge Michel Grau is aiming for with his debut feature. A ragged-looking man dies outside a mannequin-filled window in a ritzy shopping mall.

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