TIFF Review: ‘Caniba’ Feels Too Satisfied With Its Instant Revulsion

Gaining notoriety in 1981 when he murdered and ate a Dutch woman in Paris, Issei Sagawa has earned the ghastly label of the world’s most famous cannibal, a title that reflects on not just his own sickness but the ensuing media “phenomenon” that surrounded him. A quarter century later, and no current media sensation other … Continue reading TIFF Review: ‘Caniba’ Feels Too Satisfied With Its Instant Revulsion