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Flesh City
Berlin Blood / Zyntrax: Symphony of Flesh

Germany 2019
produced by
Thorsten Fleisch, Christian Serritiello, Arthur Patching for Fleischfilm, Tropical Grey Pictures
directed by Thorsten Fleisch
starring Christian Serritiello, Eva Ferox, Maria Hengge, Womb Envy (= Marilena Netzker), Helena Prince, Denis Lyons, Shaun Lawton, Arthur Patching, Thorsten Fleisch, Anthony Straeger, Veronica Jonsson, Louise Hamelmann, Daniel Scheimberg, Frank Biesendorfer, Kampfschall (= Timo Fleisch), Malende (= David Lang, Thorsten Fleisch), Trash Gallery (= Neen McQueen, Jason Constable, Tchad Drats, Johnny Davies), Gregor Cunningham, Ansgar Zepf, Pete Riley, Jarrod Wright, Aline Mae Jones, Kenneth Seifert
written and special effects by Thorsten Fleisch, music by Trash Gallery, Kampfschall, Womb Envy, Malende, Marquis de Sex, Schizophrenic God, a.k.a. Skaem, Servando Barreiro, animation by Kyle Chang, makeup effects by Alex Costa

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Vyren (Christian Serritiello) and Loquette (Eva Ferox) are basically just two youngsters taking in the vast Berlin underground clubbing scene - including its dark, even violent sides. And eventually they find themselves in the basement of a venue that's (secretly) presided over by a mad scientist, professor Yagov (Arthug Patching), who preys on lost and drugged out party goers to turn them into his tools to take over the city - and as a result of this meeting, Vyren ends up with one of his hands slowly mutating into something monstruous. And while he and Loquette are still trying to find out what exactly is going on and how to fight it, the professor has already infected the whole city with whatever it is, and soon tentacles shoot out of everywhere and attach themselves to the citizens of Berlin to make them all part of a giant ... flesh city!

 

Now ok, Flesh City's story sounds rather trashy, and while the film's decidedly less so, it does lack a congruent narrative structure ... and that's exactly the wrong way to watch the movie, as it's less a story-based feature and more of an other-worldly experience that lives much more from a strong cinematic language, impressive and often surreal or grotesque imagery and setpieces, a triplike approach to things, and a healthy disrespect for "good taste" and the like. It's a film that might not be for everybody as it does push the envelope quite a bit at times, but if you can leave your preconceptions behind for the duration of the film, you'll be rewarded with something from the weird but wonderful side of the spectrum.

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