The Woman (Pollyanna Mcintosh) is the last surviving member of a violent clan that has roamed the American wilderness for decades. Now she is alone, severely wounded... and vulnerable. When successful country lawyer Chris Cleek stumbles upon her whilst hunting, he decides to capture and "civilise" her -a decision that will soon threaten the lives of Cleek, his family and The Woman herself...
The story of the Cleek family...not your normal family. Moulded by Chris the head of the household who has questionable morals. Chris captures a woman he finds in the wilderness who is apparently a last surviving member of clan (who is of a very savage nature a bit far beyond the plausible) and decides to try and civilise her. This brings danger and even stranger behaviour to this family. From here on the movie unravels.
The points the movie tries to make are over top in your face from strangely placed music scores with obvious lyrical meanings to shockingly graphic and disturbing scenes.
If you easily disturbed this film may not be for you.
I've given this 3 stars but it's more like a 2.5. Could have been a lot better if it wasn't for the over the top and brash style