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A teenage girl and her little brother must survive a wild 24 hours during which a mass hysteria of unknown origins causes parents to turn violently on their own kids.
One film that falls into that “some people are gonna love this” category is Hélène Cattetand Bruno Forzani’s exercise in style “Let the Corpses Tan,” a film that feels like it could be made by no one other than the people behind “The Secret Color of Your Body’s Tears.” These filmmakers deconstruct cinema to its most powerful images in a way that’s so overwhelming it defies standard film elements like narrative and character. Those are secondary to the visuals of Cattet and Forzani’s world, one inspired by Spaghetti Westerns and Giallo but also distinctly their own. This is a film that edits to the rhythm of gunfire and breaks down genre films to their base elements—beady eyes, shooting guns, sweaty brows, falling bodies. If you saw roughly any five minutes of “Corpses,” you’d have a pretty good concept of the entire project. I realized at one point I wasn’t quite sure what was going on in terms the plot or even the geography of the location, but I think that may be exactly the way they want it.