This is without a hint of a doubt, one of the most intense films associated with After Dark. Hell, it may be the most intense film After Dark has ever had a hand in. It’s downright savage on more than a single occasion and it’s going to successfully hold your attention while a number of horrifying shots unravel in front of the camera.
As a whole, Frontier(s) is far from a masterpiece, but even the synopsis (In Paris, during the riots due to the election of a conservative candidate to the presidency of France, a group of four muslim small-time criminal teenagers from the periphery; Alex, Tom, Farid, the pregnant Yasmine, and her brother Sami, plan to run away from Paris to Amsterdam with a bag full of robbed money. However, Sami is shot and the group split up, with Alex and Yasmine going to the emergency hospital with Sami while Tom and Farid head to the border with the money. Tom and Farid decide to stop in a bed and breakfast nearby the frontier, and are hosted by Gilberte and Klaudia that offer free room and sex to the newcomers. They call Alex and Yasmine who are fleeing from Paris to join them in the inn. But soon they discover that their hosts are sadistic cannibals of a Nazi family led by the deranged patriarch and former SS officer and Nazi war criminal Le Von Geisler who plans to make Yasmine the brood mare for a new Aryan master race.) makes it very clear that this one isn’t going to wrap without plenty of bloodshed.
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