Irréversible (2002)

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Events over the course of one traumatic night in Paris unfold in reverse-chronological order as the beautiful Alex is brutally raped and beaten by a stranger in the underpass.


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  • Albert Dupontel as Pierre in the Gaspar Noé film IRREVERSIBLE.
  • Monica Bellucci as Alex, and Vincent Cassel as Marcus in the Gaspar Noé film IRREVERSIBLE.
  • Albert Dupontel as Pierre, and Monica Bellucci as Alex in the Gaspar Noé film IRREVERSIBLE.
  • Monica Bellucci as Alex, in the Gaspar Noé film IRREVERSIBLE.
  • Gaspar Noé at an event for Irréversible (2002)
  • Vincent Cassel as Marcus in the Gaspar Noé film IRREVERSIBLE.

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Gaspar Noé

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Gaspar Noé

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30 November 2005 | mlscordia
8
| A strange but not bad movie
This is one of the rarest film I've ever seen in my life. I can understand that sometimes this film is quite hard to put up with it, specially the outrageous Monica Bellucci's rape scene and I can understand too that many people, above all women, left the cinema. Needless to say this film is neither a porno movie nor tasteless sequences screened as if they tendon,t make sense. Lots of readings can be extracted after its showing. What might have gone on if the couple hadn't argued each other? Our life is not always the same as ever, could change a lot depending on occasions. Maybe our future is written in spite of not being aware of it. The performances are quite convincing: Monica Bellucci is a lot more than a pretty face and a stunning body and this transgressive film is going to introduce her to stardom ( I hardly ever imagine an actress so conventional, for example, Julia Roberts played a role like this). The men roles center on her but from my point of view Vincent Cassel's character is a bit upset and overacts at times opposite Albert Dupontel's which is calm and sensible to fly into a rage in a fortunately "politicatelly incorrect" ending. It is certainly a good movie, it's worth seeing unless you've got some preconceived ideas against out-of-the-way movies like this one. Apart from blockbusters there's another kind of cinema!

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