• Director

    Lee Haven Jones

  • Producer-Screenwriter

    Roger Williams

  • With

    Annes Elwy, Nia Roberts, Julian Lewis Jones

  • UK 2021. 93min

  • UK Distribution

    Picturehouse Entertainment

  • Language

    Welsh

    With English subtitles

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As a wealthy family prepare for an elegant soirée at their ultra-modern, minimalist home in the Welsh mountains, tensions are running high. With a valuable business venture at stake, this bourgeois clan must impress their guests at all costs if they are to secure an all-important deal to mine the surrounding countryside. Luckily the enigmatic Cadi, their waitress for the evening, is on hand to assist. But something seems off with their hired help, who might be there to serve up more than just the main course. With its sly anti-capitalist, eco twist, Lee Haven Jones’ politically conscious horror story is a masterclass in insidious discomfort and escalating tension. Peppered with moments of grotesque humour and extreme violence, this feast certainly requires a strong stomach. But for those with a steely resolve, it’s an unforgettable night.

Michael Blyth

Contains strong violence.

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