There are films in this world that you painfully inject into your eyes, and they leave lingering cataracts infested with disease forever plugged into your head. Those films are so extreme, dehumanising and nasty that they will never generate interest from the masses, but deserve to be called upon for their horrific imaginings that seem impossible to have thought of. Trauma from director Lucio A Rojas is a film that delivers exactly this, and within a few minutes leaves you wondering how your life spiralled onto this path.
When four women take a trip to an isolated area of the countryside, they soon become the victims of a horrific and relentless attack by a father and son combination. After their ordeal, they soon come to realise it’s far from over and they must continue their plight in order to save another girl from destruction and escape the endless nightmare.
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