During the Sundance Film Festival, audiences got to see a horror film called "The Woman" that resulted in one person walking out and ranting about how disgusting it is. We now have a trailer for it, in addition to a video of the walk-out. Check out everything below.
Plot: Chris Cleek (Sean Bridgers) is a small town court officer living a quiet, seemingly normal life in the heart of Maine with his beloved family. That is, until Chris discovers a feral woman roaming the woods and makes it the family's project to civilise her. But as the family's methods of forcing civility upon the woman become ever more extreme, the perverse bonds uniting them will be cast into violent relief.
"The Woman" has been picked up for Australian distribution and is currently playing at Melbourne International Film Festival. No word on when it will be coming to the US.
Trailer: If you cannot see the player, click here.
I think that guy has huge clit and not a d*ck. I think he is the poster child for womans tampons. From what I take from this movie based on the preview is that it is a horror/comedy along the same plot lines as Encino man, Unleashed and Nell. People need to stop bitching about every little thing that comes out that might be derogatory or not PC.
Watched the trailer .... its not that bad no worse then The Hills have Eyes but doesnt hold a candle to The Human Centipede or A Serbian Film .... this guy needs to have his balls reattached . This guy wants to see crap watch Even Cowgirls get the Blues or any thing by Uwe Boll.
I despise these kinds of people. No one forced him to watch the film. No one forced him to pay money to watch this picture. If he didn't like it then that's fine, but why would you force others to buy into your way of thinking?
By the way, the film looks awful. I'm not too keen on "horror" films having to slice up limbs and have it basically a sadomasochistic porno.
Horror pictures, in my opinion, are terrible these days. I like the days of Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi, particularly the "Black Cat." I also enjoyed "The Shining."
this seems staged ... I think this is just a marketing tool to get people who like f*cked up sh*t to watch the film. and i can see it has several people on here (including me) who want to see what the controversy is all about. i mean that is just a theory, but ... seems reasonable ...