Albatross Revue | Cannibal Holocaust

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The film itself is a cleverly crafted piece of cinema, exploring the themes of how far people are willing to go in order to get what they want, in this case, the film crew, Alan in particular, are willing to commit deplorable acts in order to achieve fame and fortune, and willfully ignoring taste, decency and ethics in doing so. The blood, gore and disturbing scenes are justifiable in the manner that in order to accurately show the callous disregard for human life that some people have when it concerns people they consider to be “inferior” to them, as ably demonstrated by Alans treatment of every single native person they come across, but ultimately showing that they paid the highest price for their callous disregard for peoples basic human rights.

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