Directed by: Phil Stevens
Starring: Bryant W. Lohr Sr, Colette Kenny Mckenna, Krystle Fitch, Anastasia Blue, Tanya Erin Paoli, Kara A. Christiansen, Makaria Tsapatoris
Country: United States
Genres: Gore-Gruesome-Splatter, Violence against Women, Captivity, Surreal, Necrophilia, Insects, Psychological Thrillers, Scars-Body Modification, Self-Harm, Serial Killers, Snuff
A woman crawls out of a bodybag and finds herself in an enclosure littered with body parts, filth and viscous fluids. As she explores her surroundings looking for purpose, she discovers she’s in a sort of crawlspace that leads to bizarre locations. More and more women turn up, each one representing and exploring a certain portion of a journey to freedom(?)
Flowers is a surreal experience without testing your patience. The grime, filth and gore in their sepiaish tone are tasteful and almost attractive, and some shots such as the smoking mouth in the toilet are brilliant. Also, unlike some surreal flicks, most of the confusion is cleared up by the end quite satisfactorily.