The corpse of anna fritz movie review

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Directed by Hèctor Hernández VicensWritten by Hèctor Hernández Vicens và Isaac p Creus2015, 76 minutes, Not RatedReleased on March 8th, 2016

Starring:Alba Ribas as Anna FritzBernat Saumell as JaviCristian Valencia as IvanAlbert Carbó as Pau

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Anna Fritz is a world famous actress, working with the likes of Woody Allen, and has suddenly died. Pau is an orderly who works in the morgue at the hospital where her corpse resides. Pau texts a picture of her toàn thân to his buddies, Ivan và Javi, and in excitement the duo shows up at the hospital with booze and blow in tow. After convincing Pau to vì some shots and lines with them, Ivan discusses having sex with Anna’s corpse and sways Pau into admitting he has committed necrophilic acts in the past. Javi protests their absurdity, but Ivan drops trousers & unloads on the corpse. Pau eventually follows suite, but with tender lovemaking. Then Anna’s eyes open; she’s alive.

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Why would someone want to lớn have sex with a corpse? Ivan and Pau are not terrible looking men, & can easily pick up a woman with a pulse at a local pub, but yet they defile Anna’s corpse. Drinking some alcohol và sniffing cocaine are not exactly going khổng lồ automatically make someone do this, thus alluding lớn the men being some sort of broken inside. Javi’s moral compass gets squashed when asking about motives và trying to lớn stop the lewd act. This cringing sequence of the film is utterly disturbing và made my face contort into many differing ghastly & nauseating poses. The blood và gore is at an absolute minimal in the film, but the young men’s acts of treachery personify evil way beyond seeing bodies mutilated and dismembered.

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The Corpse of Anna Fritz succeeds in substantial vulgarity, as the characters endorse rape culture và necrophilia. Cristian Valencia portrays Ivan, the main culprit who exemplifies antipathy & repulsion. Albert Carbó does a solid job adding depth to lớn Pau, who reminds me of a sad puppy dog. Pau is just as guilty as Ivan, if not worse of—this isn’t his first act of necrophilia—but I can’t help but feel bad for him by the over of the movie. The best acting comes from Alba Ribas as Anna Fritz. From dead corpse lớn live woman, her slow development back to lớn life is interesting, especially when she first awakens. As she tries to avoid death again, Ivan tries to keep Anna from escaping the morgue và notifying authorities on what has transpired. This classic ‘cat and mouse’ adds thrills to the tale, giving hope that morality in life sometimes does prevail.

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Aside from the context, The Corpse of Anna Fritz appears well-made & has a swift enough pacing that it does not feel drawn out và lagging. The hospital setting looks fantastic, but where are all the employees? If Anna Fritz is such a high regarded celebrity, why is her body left with a bumbling buffoon in Pau? I worked in a hospital for nine years, và on the slowest of shifts there are still employees occupying the hallways & corridors. People pass by to lớn take specimens to lớn the basement laboratory, they go in và out of coffee shops and other stores surrounding the facility, and family members of patients can be seen wandering around at times. This is never once alluded khổng lồ by any means, except for the one random employee who pops up. The pacing could have taken a small sacrifice to explain & flesh out further why the hospital is so barren.

Although The Corpse of Anna Fritz is full of plot holes và necromance, it is juxtaposed with curiosity, redemption & hope, holding attention through the finale. With a little more cohesively put together logic, the film could have been on higher on the pedestal. Ultimately, the film is worth checking out if you are into disturbing atmospheres & repugnance— but don’t say I didn’t warn you.