Rent Raw (2016)

3.4 of 5 from 496 ratings
1h 34min
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Everyone in Justine's (Garance Marillier) family is a vet, and a vegetarian. At 16, she's a brilliant and promising student. When she starts at veterinary school, she enters a decadent, merciless and dangerously seductive world. During the first week of hazing rituals, desperate to fit in whatever the cost, she strays from her family principles when she eats raw meat for the first time. Justine will soon face the terrible and unexpected consequences of her actions as her true self begins to emerge.
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Jean des Forêts
Julia Ducournau
Grave / Freaking
Universal Pictures
Horror, Thrillers
France, Top 100 Films, Horror, Thrillers
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94 minutes
French, German, Italian, Spanish
Danish, English, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish
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Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
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98 minutes
French, German, Spanish
Danish, English, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.40:1
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Reviews (7) of Raw

Raw . hmmm...maybe . - Raw review by porky

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Its an Ok movie, infact if im honest its a rather good movie, Not badly made ,Not badly acted, Very French in values .

Personally I Absolutely Hated it and Everyone in it .what a bunch of truly horrible people they are in a French Vet School.

Its Odd , its .....hmmm to describe it..... i found it Very Annoying , but that was mainly because i found the people in it annoying .

No real explanation to WHY Cannibalism crops up . no real story apart from the obvious. certainly no real hero / heroine to root for .

Vet School seemed to be all about the Students Abusing one another as much as possible all term long.

A Massive Missile Attack on the whole Veterinary School would have been a better ending for me .

5 out of 9 members found this review helpful.

A Coming-of-age Horror Masterpiece - Raw review by JW

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You may know about Julia Ducournau’s Raw as the “cannibal horror story that caused people to faint at the Toronto film festival”. Yes, it did. And yes, the squeamish should most certainly brace themselves. But Raw is much, much more than just a brutally bloody body horror – though it is most certainly that as well.

Aside from the grisly and guaranteed-to-shock scenes of anthropophagy, Raw is in fact one of the decade’s most brilliant and beautiful coming-of-age dramas, far more a film about the challenges and apprehensions of “fitting in” than it is mindless gore.

There’s nothing mindless about this film. The characters are confused and complex as they head off to veterinary school to do what college kids do – express themselves, find themselves, explore their identities and sexuality. What happens to our protagonist Justine (Garance Marillier) and her older sister Alexia (Ella Rumpf) – daughters of militant vegetarians who took their own veterinary degrees at this most brutal of schools many years before – is something wholly unexpected. Cannibalism, indeed, isn’t present for cannibalism’s sake, but as a metaphor for… Rebellion? Disobedience? Love? Submission? Carnal desire? Yes, to all and more besides.

Raw is shocking. Raw is hard to watch. But Raw is also compelling, at times laugh-out-loud funny, brilliantly acted (Marillier is truly excellent), and one of the most original films I’ve seen in a very long time. Masterfully shot, superbly paced, and beautifully stylised, Raw is a film that cinephiles everywhere should most definitely get their teeth into.

2 out of 3 members found this review helpful.

Might get a taste for it - Raw review by PW

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I don't usually like horror so it was a good job this was a kind of comedy. Not that I laughed much. It seems to be an extreme way of exploring family dysfunctionality and made me think at times. The ending was unexpected and marvellous.

1 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

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