When the others leave for the night, the last mortician begins to fondle the corpses. He quickly moves to the corpse of a young woman who died in a car crash, tearing her clothes off and mutilating her body. He then mounts her and rapes her corpse while taking pictures with a camera and timer. He brings her heart back home to his dog for food. —IMDb
Nacho Cerdà (born 1969) is a Spanish film director best known for his controversial 1994 film, Aftermath, which depicts necrophilia. One year after producing that movie, he was accused of being the person behind the infamous alien autopsy footage. However, this accusation has been withdrawn since after Ray Santilli was found to be the director.
Cerdà also directed The Abandoned which is about an American film producer who returns to her homeland, Russia, to discover the truth about her family history. The film was first released in the US as part of the After Dark Horrorfest in November 2006. The film received a stand alone release in theaters in February 2007. The DVD was released on June 19, 2007. —Wikipedia
Mentiría si dijera que realmente me gusto esto. Es probablemente lo mas fuerte, grotesco e injustificado que he visto en mi vida. En primera instancia es un filme que a pesar de carecer de mensaje o discurso alguno, irónicamente logra mover, perturbar e hipnotizar con imágenes tanto grotescas como hermosas todo gracias a su genial fotografía y la manera tan sencilla y astuta en la que esta contada.