Easily one of the best films I saw this year is Jorge Michel Grau’s We Are What We Are (review), a real-life cannibal story about a family left destitute when the father and leader, from the time his three sons and his widow facing a storm, passes away. The four will have to face him his worst nightmare: getting food into their own hands. Continue with its rituals is vital to eat human flesh to survive. Now, by decree, the eldest brother, a teenage misfit, must lead his people to preserve their cannibalistic tradition, unaware that, in the attempt, will have to sacrifice their own lives. Part art-house horror, part social-realist drama, We Are What We Are is out in the UK on Friday, November 12. Check out a brand new clip inside that takes you deep into the hunt for “food”.