Alec finds himself naked in a barn full of other caged, naked men, and Nora is harrowingly tied up and artificially inseminated before being imprisoned in a livestock stall.
The protagonists become an afterthought in their own film. Aside from never really developing a sense of who they are or why we should care, he also skims over important moments.
The acting can also be indicative of its low budget at times, namely in some of the more overwrought performances by the crazed Nora yessayan.
We have no idea how he freed himself, and more importantly; how in the hell did he even know how to find her.
For Nora and Alec Nora Yessayan and Alec Gaylordit means the typical ignoring of all signs in favor of stopping at a Nora yessayan than ideal cabin nestled away on the outskirts of an isolated town full of strange locals.
In one scene we see Alec naked in a cage, having just taken a blow to his skull by a sledgehammer. Even more glaring is how inconsequential Nora and Alec become in their own story.
Save for well-shot cinematography by Egor Povolotskiy, it shows. Perhaps because there are strange stylistic choices, like opting to follow a masked farmer slasher killer as he bags up multiple arms, slugs it over his shoulder, and walk from one end of the large property to the other before handing a wad of cash to another.
Their banter reveals that Nora is the most untrusting, cautious one of the two, and that Alec is often dismissive of her input. Once captured and imprisoned on the Farm, the story shifts its focus to the people operating it. The moments they do show feel most exploitive in its attempt to convince the viewer how very bad news these people are and incongruent to the plot.
Tweet A vacationing or road-tripping couple that fall prey to crazed locals with nefarious plans is well trodden at this point. For a scant minute run-time, The Farm drags. It soon becomes clear that the masked people running this strange farm have a large livestock of humans; the men treated as beef livestock and the woman segregated as dairy cattle.
As it stands, The Farm is hollow; a somewhat interesting idea padded out with a lot of uninteresting filler. Save for two small moments, most deaths are off screen and much of the human meat slaughtering is implied.
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Stars: Nora Yessayan, Alec Gaylord, Ken Volok, Rob Tisdale. The Farm Cast: Julie Brown, Jola Cora, Sandra Cruze, Jessica Brooke Touchstone, Hollywood Lee DuPree, Giovanni Savoia, Nora Yessayan, Daniel R. Manning, Alec Gaylord. While taking a road trip, a young couple takes a wrong turn on a highway and decides to stop at a diner for a meal.
Little do they know that their choice of a simple hamburger will have such Category: Horror. Nora Yessayan is an actress and assistant director, known for Catalyst (), The Farm () and VH1 Now: Shouvik Roy - I Don't Understand Me Feat.Nora yessayan