Exclusive We Are What We Are Clip and Interview


ComingSoon.net’s horror site ShockTIllYouDrop.com has an exclusive clip from Mexican filmmaker Jorge Michel Grau’s We Are What We Are, an eerie drama about a family of cannibals, and they spoke with the filmmaker about some of the things that inspired the disturbing film.

Cannibalism is a subject that lends itself well to horror films, though it’s also something that actually happens in the real world despite all the moral taboos it breaks.

In Jorge Michel Grau’s We Are What We Are, cannibalism is a way of life for a Mexican family who find themselves without their head of household who normally brings home the unlucky souls the family feeds upon. Needing new sources of food and without their so-called hunter-gatherer, it’s up to his two sons and their seemingly innocent daughter (played by Paulina Gaitan of Sin Nombre) to go out into the city to find new victims upon which they can feed.

You can read the full interview over on ShockTillYouDrop.com and watch an exclusive clip here.