Description: It's Christmas Eve and Sarah, a beautiful young
photographer living in the Parisian suburbs, is only one night away
from giving birth to her first baby. But Sarah's feeling everything
but merry, because her boyfriend and the father of her unborn child
died four months earlier in a terrible road accident. Far away from
all the Christmas celebrations, Sarah's all alone in her house when
suddenly an unknown woman shows up on her doorstep. The mysterious
and uncanny lady is determined to take away Sarah's baby and promptly
subjects her to the most unimaginably cruel terror. All the attempts
of people (her mother, employer and police patrol car) wanting to
help Sarah result in unspeakable bloodbaths.
Just to give you an idea, this movie makes all the "Saw" films look
like kindergarten picnics and "Hostel" like a well-behaving high
school student project. This isn't an exaggeration or a shameless way
to promote the French horror cinema, because anyone who saw
"A L'intérieur" as well will easily confirm the comparisons are
justified. Not only is the carnage in this movie far more visceral
and confronting, the script also doesn't avert from a single taboo
theme or politically incorrect topic.
Unrated, strong bloody violence, gruesome and disturbing content.