Ozores returns on a type of movie he dominates, the all in one day (kind of) films. This one lacks the dynamism of other works but offer some funny moments. In addition its always interesting the way that the author plays with this two guys outside their habitat (if they have one) trying to integrate to survive.
The sole intention of this film is to deliver a half hour of tension and entertainment .... and succeeds. Although as is often necessary in these stories is important to get into the game and watch it at an appropriate time.
Against this, the movie falls flat in the last half hour has its end is weak, but also tends to be common in this "genre," where we do our cabals as a spectator from the beginning.
More about documentary and video art of fiction I'm used to, I find totally disturbing and depressing the landscapes Korine is showing us.
Those kind of landscapes always catch my attention,have always seemed to me like old sets, abandoned and where evil lurks. And in Trash Humpers are very marked by the use of the camcorder, which gives an even more creepy.
Well, obviously, having four morons, looking bad and dressing worst, destroying everything and singing, help, but for me the really crappy here is the landscape.