Netflix fans horrified over Spanish movie Skins where woman has bum for a mouth

Netflix fans have been left lost for words after watching a Spanish movie which shows a character with a bum for a mouth and vice versa.

Skins, otherwise known as Pieles, first hit cinemas three years ago, but people are only now discovering it after it dropped on the content platform.

The 2017 flick centres around a series of characters who are disfigured in some way and shunned from society.

The movie description reads: "Deformed, disfigured characters must find a way to deal with society shunning their differences."

Samantha (Ana Polvorosa) suffers an inverted digestive system where her mouth and anus have been switched around.

The character leave the safety of the cabin she share with her dad and goes out into the big, wild world in a bid to be accepted by society.

At one point, Samantha is cruelly mocked and laughed at by a man in a café.

The message of the film is clearly acceptance, however its graphic approach has left its mark on viewers.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Ok so who thought it was ok to watch Skins on Netlix?"

A second person added: "How do I even finish this movie?"

While a third person wrote: "Just watched Skins on Netflix and now I wanna throw up such a weird movie idk how I made it to the end."

A fourth viewer posted: "I can’t even take this serious! She really has a butthole for a mouth!"

"Skins on Netflix is da weirdest s*** I've ever watched," a fifth chimed in.

Other characters include Laura (Macarena Gómez), who has no eyes and becomes a prostitute, a man named Guille (Jon Kortajarena), who has suffered burns to his body, and Ana (Candela Peña), who has a large tumour on her face.

There is also Vanesa (Ana María Ayala) hates her job dressing up as a popular children's TV figure, while Cristian (Eloi Costa) dreams of having no legs, so he can become a mermaid.

Netflix subscribers may just want to double check if you're planning on binge-watching the British television series of the same name which tells the story of a group of friends from Bristol.

Skins is available to stream on Netflix now

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