Roger EbertFull Review Very Good "Raw” will make you curl up in a ball in your seat, daring to watch through splayed fingers—and not necessarily in response to the film's violence. Ducournau's lurid, vivid film is visually striking, full of images that will shock you while others will lull you with a hypnotic beauty.
Rex ReedFull Review Terrible A sick, twisted tribute to brutality and cannibalism, Raw might appeal to filmgoers who delight in disgust and depravity, but the grim fate of a poor, tortured horse trapped in the humiliating hazing process is unacceptable no matter who you are.
Slant MagazineFull Review Good Raw is driven by an unnerving sense of vagueness then, as we're primed to expect an explanation for Justine's cannibalism and the even creepier matter-of-factness that her violence triggers from bystanders. Justine eats Alexia's severed finger in the film's most disturbing scene...
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