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A stand-alone sequel to Cronosthe film is about a family who, after the death of the father, try to continue on with a disturbing, ritualistic tradition. In the opening scene, the father dies on the sidewalk at a local shopping mall.
At home, his family is wondering what has become of him. Dad is a watchmaker who repairs watches at the local street market, and the family's sole means of support. The woman who runs the market appears and tells the boys to get out; the rent for their booth at the market is three weeks in arrears. When the boys arrive at home, their sister Sabina enters in a state of shock and announces that their father has died. Their mother, Patricia, locks herself in her room; the children wonder who is going to provide for the family now—specifically, their meals: this family performs cannibalistic rituals.
In a local morgue, Tito the coroner and the director of the funeral home bring in Octavio and Owen, two police detectives.
The coroner shows them a finger in a jar: it was pulled from Dad's stomach. The detectives are asked to solve this cold case. Initially, they resist, but as the film continues, they become more interested in the fame that will come with solving it. Back at home, the boys tie the prostitute to the kitchen table. Patricia comes in and beats the woman to death with a shovel, claiming that Alfredo doesn't know what he's doing, and that prostitutes are not appropriate for the ritual.
Patricia tells the women to leave her sons alone. The prostitutes report the incident to detectives Octavio and Owen. Alfredo goes looking for another potential meal; he finds one in a gay bar. Alfredo's prey escapes while Patricia beats the older man over the head with a shovel and the family later kills him. The boy runs to a fast food stand and asks the police to protect him.
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Detectives Octavio and Owen hear the call over their police radio and head to the scene. They decline to call for backup, as they want to keep the glory of the collar for themselves. Detective Owen discovers Sabina and Patricia preparing their meal in a ritualistic fashion, but the women kill him.
Their mother says that one must survive to carry on the ritual and flees to the rooftop. The prostitutes earlier in the film see her escaping and pursue her. Meanwhile, Alfredo bites Sabina's neck. The next morning Patricia's body is discovered in a playground, beaten to death.
At the end of the film, Sabina escapes from the hospital and is seen watching a young man in the local market, intent on her next meal. Deborah Young of Reuters said, that We Are What We Are "is perhaps too dark and relentlessly humorless to find wide international audiences. The site's critics consensus re, " We Are What We Are is elevated horror that combines family drama and social politics, with plenty of gore on top. Fantastic Fest . Fantasia International Film Festival.
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