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Feed (2005)

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Country Australia

Production Companies
All At Once, Becker Films International

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Genre: Crime, Thriller

Tagline: Can you stomach it?

Plot: Australian cop Philip Jackson thought he'd seen everything there is to see in the world of cyberporn. But a fresh investigation into a website that pairs up fat-hungry men with overweight women unlocks a whole new world of sexual crime and perversion, a world so disturbing even this seasoned detective is shocked at what he finds.

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 External Reviews
external linkForget “Super Size Me”, FEED will not only turn you off Junk-Food but food in general! From this day forward, I will only consume alcohol! Repulsive, perverted and excessive on every single level, FEED was a hard film to watch. It shook me up and had me downing Corona’s afterwards like a sailor on leave, to calm my nerves. THANK YOU! I’m curious to see what the censors will trim out and who will have the balls to distribute this...FEED off this anarchist bastard!.. 3/4

 Directed by
Brett Leonard
The Lawnmower Man, Virtuosity, Hideaway
 Written by
Alex O'Loughlin
The Holiday, Man-Thing, Oyster Farmer
Alex O'Loughlin
The Holiday, Man-Thing, Oyster Farmer
Patrick Thompson
Man-Thing, The Road Killers, The Seventh Floor
Gabby Millgate
Muriel's Wedding, Meat Pie
Jack Thompson
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, Broken Arrow, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Matthew Le Nevez
Man-Thing, Garage Days, The Postcard Bandit
David Field
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external linkIgnore the hype about Feed being the sickest movie ever. It's not, by a long chalk. Yet, given the recent glut of formulaic fare ('creepy' Japanese women with long-hair, zombie flicks...) it's nice to see an edgy piece of work which is genuinely different. 4/5
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