Man, who knew the French were a source of horrible, violent horror movies. These kinds of movies are few and far between in the United States. Mostly because of the stupid, archaic, MPAA rating system. You have a movie that's rated NC-17. Nobody will screen it. No stores will carry it. Nobody will rent it out. Netflix won't carry it. So really, you can expect to make no money whatsoever in that respect. It's pretty stupid. Enough ranting about the MPAA rating system as that's another argument for another day. This movie was just as violent, just as bloody, with the same level of action packed insanity as Martyrs. I don't think there's a whole lot to the plot of this movie. It's just a couple of women beating each other death. One is pregnant with a kid that seems insanely resilient to the mother being stabbed half to death, being slammed into walls, falling down the stairs and finally being cut out her mother in a crude C-section with fabric shears from what I can tell. So yeah, pretty violent. This all supposedly started when the other lady supposedly died (yes, there's a zombie undertone to this movie) in a car accident and the pregnant lady had her husband die in the same wreck. That's a pretty big vendetta if you ask me. The complete lack of an in-depth plot was what earned it $786,000 out of the $3,00,000 that was spent on it. Not as big of a loss as some, I suppose.