El título no engaña, no pertenece al género de terror y promete algo que no es.
Sobre la película
Un cirujano de campo desilusionado que sufre estrés postraumático crea un cuerpo a través de distintas partes de cadáveres humanos para tratar de "crear una vida" en un apartamento de Brooklyn.
"Larry Fessenden diagnoses the rot of our era through the shifting personalities and power dynamics of solipsistic men. "
"Fessenden’s prickly sense of humanism makes a considerable difference in Depraved, his engrossing take on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and maybe his best movie to date. "
"Making the most of his limited budget, not unusual for the prolific Fessenden, he has produced possibly his most coherent and visually polished work to date. The makeup effects and lead performances are excellent, and Fessenden’s signature cheek (two strip-club employees are called Stormy and Melania) never tips into silliness. "
"Depraved is smart in its commentary on everything from the evils of the pharmaceuticals industry to the terrors of PTSD, but there’s real heart and empathy here too. Skeptics might question whether Adam has a soul or not, but Fessenden’s film clearly possesses one. "