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    One of the sickest movies ever, a must see.

    Anyone seen it???
    Starring Monica Belluci & Vincent Cassel

    Surprisingly realistic, very cruel, and the camera handling is just mad as hell. + the music, shit....

    GREAT movie!! Props to France for this....
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    I seen this and I own it on DVD one of the most brutal rape scenes ever filmed...I like the oldschool fire extinguisher to the face!! and the arm being broke that shit looks to real...also that's some nasty as club they go to The RECTUM

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    One of my favorite french movies

    Props

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    I seen it, and this film is ill
    The scenario is very strange cuz' it's a rewind...
    That bitch get rapped badly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigben
    I seen this and I own it on DVD one of the most brutal rape scenes ever filmed...I like the oldschool fire extinguisher to the face!! and the arm being broke that shit looks to real...also that's some nasty as club they go to The RECTUM
    That fire extinguisher scene was sick. I couldn't stop laughing after watchin' that scene.

    Normally an average movie would turn away the camera, but damn....
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    I seen it and thought it was Shit.But that Fire Extinguisher scene was Fukin messed up,felt wrong watching it.Same with that rape scene.

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    Ehm...Bitch Hop...it's just a movie...take....it.....easy.

    I'm a movie freak, I love multiple genres and yeah, one of my favorites is horror and exploitation, I'm not a man who likes taboo's in life, I wanna know what's up, don't wanna be blind, and if your ass can't take that shit....fine by me, but stop disrespecting the people who like a certain movie wich has shocking images in it, that's pretty weak.
    I also watch these all-day drama, action, romance, etc....movies, but you can see that shit every single day on TV, I dig further in cinema, I wanna have it all.
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    I think this movie has the most realistic rape scene ever done.
    Definately recall you rape ain't a funny thing.
    F.L.I.N.T.

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    Ofcourse it ain't....
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    irony ....
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    Default What is going on here?

    what the hell is that gif in ben's sig? with duke gettin his face smashed in....that is maaad disguisting and wrong.....why the fuck is this being allowed to happen (the using of the gif as a sig) ?

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    huh, you never seen IRREVERSIBLE? check it out...why you trying to Wooz on me for something I've has in my sig for a while?

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    i jus wanted to know where its from...whats it about?? and whats that scene about?

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    One of the most disturbing and confronting movies ever made., 14 July 2003
    Author: Infofreak from Perth, Australia

    Watching 'Irreversible' makes you question why you watch movies. If you just want movies to be entertainment and nothing more then obviously this is not something you will EVER want to see in your life. But if you think that film, like literature, is capable of many things, including looking at horrible and disturbing subject matter that you would prefer not to deal with, then 'Irreversible' is highly recommended. But beware, I feel I have the ability to stand all kinds of extreme material, but even I found it extremely difficult to watch. Writer/director Gaspar Noe previously made the brilliant and confrontational 'I Stand Alone', a movie that unfortunately never reached a wide audience. He manages to top himself with this one. Both movies make a mockery of supposedly "difficult" Hollywood fare like 'American Psycho', 'Fight Club', 'Boys Don't Cry' and 'Requiem For A Dream', which are pure Disney compared to Noe's work! 'Irreversible' has a similar structure popularized (but not originated) in Christopher Nolan's 'Memento'. The plot is told in reverse chronological order. This means that the early parts of the movie show the most distressing and difficult material and as the movie continues it gets progressively lighter, and therefore ends ironically on a happy ending. The opening sequences, after the first more subdued scene (which incidentally features a cameo from 'I Stand Alone' star Philippe Nahon as quite possibly the same character), are the most difficult to watch, not just because of WHAT happens (one of the most extreme and realistic acts of violence I've ever seen in a movie) but the way it is shown, with trippy, disorienting hand-held camera work. Later in the movie we see why this event happened by witnessing a grueling rape sequence which is almost impossible to watch. It is these two scenes which made this movie so notorious, but neither are gratuitous in my opinion, they are just REAL. This is reality. Things like this happen every day. Watching it is horrible yes, but even more horrible is the idea that real people must experience these events in the real world. This is what makes this such a disturbing and powerful movie if you have the stomach for it. On a technical level it is brilliant, and the acting by Monica Bellucci and Vincent Cassel, then still a couple off screen (gossip says this is no longer true), and Albert Dupontel is first rate. 'Irreversible' is obviously not a movie for everyone, but if you think you are up to it it comes with my highest possible recommendation, as does 'I Stand Alone' ('Seul contre tous'). These are two astonishing movies which look at the unlookable, and are literally unforgettable.


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    Plot summary


    The story is of two men (Marcus and Pierre) who seek revenge following the rape of Marcus' girlfriend, who is Pierre's ex-girlfriend. The film is set in Paris over the course of one day. The story is told in reverse chronology in thirteen sections varying in length.
    The beginning of the film (i.e. the chronological end in the film) contains many distorted images and rapidly, freely moving, and rotating cameras that create a sense of chaos. Over the course of the film (i.e. moving backwards in the timeline of the film) the imagery becomes noticeably steadier, intending to reinforce the tagline of the film, that over time events become more chaotic.
    Two men, Marcus (played by Vincent Cassel) and Pierre (played by Albert Dupontel), are led out of a gay sex club, "Club Rectum", by police. Earlier that evening, they arrived at the club in a frantic search for a pimp nicknamed "Le Tenia" (literally: "The Tapeworm"). Marcus picked a fight with a man, believing him to be Le Tenia. When Marcus' arm is fractured in the fight and he is about to be raped, his friend Pierre rescues him by bludgeoning his attacker to death using a fire extinguisher, crushing the man's face and head.
    In a succession of scenes, we learn that Marcus and Pierre went in search of Le Tenia after questioning several prostitutes. They were aided in their search by two men who promised to exchange information about Le Tenia for money, so that the two could exact revenge. It is further disclosed Le Tenia brutally anally raped and beat Marcus's girlfriend Alex (played by Monica Bellucci). The rape takes place when Alex encounters Le Tenia beating a prostitute in a pedestrian underpass.
    The rape itself, one of the film's controversial scenes, is shown in a single, unbroken take, lasting nine minutes. After the rape scene it also becomes clear that Pierre and Marcus attacked the wrong man: Le Tenia was standing right next to the man who was killed in Club Rectum. In the background of the rape scene, at the entrance to the underpass in which it takes place, a figure appears, watches briefly and then walks away leaving the attack to continue.

    Pierre, Alex and Marcus.


    The film then delves into the events that precede the rape. We see Alex, Marcus and Pierre at a party. Alex and Marcus are apparently divided over Marcus' uninhibited use of cocaine and alcohol. Earlier scenes reveal the real divisions between Marcus and Pierre: Alex left Pierre, a staid and sexually reserved philosophy professor, for the more footloose and sexually uninhibited Marcus. The last scene of the film shows Marcus and Alex rising from bed to prepare for the party, with Alex discovering she is pregnant while Marcus is out buying wine.
    The film ends with a shot of Alex reading in a park surrounded by children (accompanied by Beethoven's 7th Symphony), giving way to a strobe effect and a roaring sound that is reminiscent of the film running out of the projector gate. A final title card reads: "LE TEMPS DETRUIT TOUT" ("Time Destroys All Things").



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    Excellent movie...

    Here is the scene...


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