Take a peek into the realm of the unconscious.
The ID, our unconscious, contains all our selfish drives and desires. Our conscious keeps these instincts in check, repressing them in order to maintain the civility required by society. But what happens when the ID takes control and is allowed to run free? The result is a grim, shocking, contemplative and experimental exploration of the horror that lies dormant within us all. Lawlessness, death and complete psychological abandon befall a rural community, home to factories, pig farms and general squalor. Here, it's difficult to tell the humans from the animals. What transpires ultimately defies description. But this rumination on repression, apathy and the influence of violence is brimming with raw and unbridled creativity.
Director Kei Fujiwara began her career as an actress and later gained notoriety for her involvement in Shinya Tsukamoto's legendary Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989) as well as her directorial debut, the disturbing yet artful Organ (1996).