“It's hard to tell exactly what debuting director Omori is trying to say with the forced hand jobs, fellatios, bestiality and plain old physical abuse. Is it an indictment against the church? An allegory about the human condition? A warning? Pure fiction? There are no clear indications, but what is sure is that it paints a very bleak portrait of contemporary humanity. Its last line of dialogue, "Let's get back to shoveling shit", seems to express its viewpoint most clearly.”
Straight up, Tom Mes.
The cinematography was definitely beautiful.
That always seems to be the case with fucked up movies,
the director hires some guy who is amazing with lights and you walk away like,
"Damn, that was fucking grotesque.. Sure was pretty though, huh?"
But seriously, director Omori? Explain yourself.