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Snuff-Movie
Snuff-Movie, an outing by the celebrated music video-director-turned-horror maestro Bernard Rose (Paperhouse, Candyman), references both the Charles Manson/Sharon Tate murders and Michael Findlay's notorious grindhouse film Snuff (1974), in its tale of a slasher movie director's involvement with off-camera butchering. Jeroen Krabbé stars as Boris Arkadin, the popular creator of stomach-churning cinematic gore fests. His life takes a dark turn late one evening in 1975, when, after a private screening of his latest opus, a group of maniacs turn up at his mansion and slaughter all of the… More

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"Um ótimo exercício narrativo-estilístico que, além de boas atuações, surpreende pelo uso extremo de metalinguagem, embora afaste o espectador justamente por ser auto-referencial."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
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