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He shows segments of three individuals' lives but he starts in the Present and keeps going back further to the past. Noe seems intent on showing how what happens to humans is not just dependent on the past but, in fact, strictly determined by the past.
At the end of the movie he has apparently gone all the way back to the Big Bang Really intense flashing white light and sonic rumbling from the audio track.
What is Noe getting at? Is it something more deeply pessimistic than even Kubrick dared imagine? What does Noe mean by the title "Irreversible"?
Is it that conditions for the subsequent evolution of our universe were fixed by the initial conditions of the Big Bang and nothing can change what happens later; and the really radical idea that this strict determinism applies to human actions just as much as it does to, for example, star formation in some far-flung corner of the universe???
That humans do not in fact possess Free Will but are just part of the universe undergoing changes by responding to forces and psychological pressures which all follow precisely from what has happened in the past??
If this is what Noe is conveying, it is very very DARK in a way that goes beyond Kubrick: we're not just violent and hedonistic, we really don't have any choice in the matter.
For Noe, being "One With The Universe" isn't a pop slogan from the 60's accompanied by warm feelings of emotional wellbeing; it's a stark physical fact involving a collapse to nihilism.
As Time destroys everything, maybe there are no good or bad deeds, just simply "deeds", or as a physicist would call them, "events".
One of necessary preconditions in the struggle for survival may be intellectual Error. Our perception of ourselves as free sentient inner-directed Agents: just a little joke played on us by the universe as it bends us over and we take it in the Rectum.
Anyway, I hope this isn't what Noe intended because it's very depressing. And even if Noe didn't intend this, maybe it's true nonetheless.
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Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. The film was particularly controversial upon its release for its graphic portrayal of violence, specifically the scene where a man is savagely bludgeoned to death with a fire extinguisher and its minute long take rape of Alex Monica Bellucci , who is then brutally beaten into a coma.
It had accusations of apparent homophobia as well. They are arranged here in chronological order. The film premiered in France on 22 May through Mars Distribution.
It competed at the Cannes Film Festival. Audience reactions to both the rape scene and the murder scene have ranged from appreciation of their artistic merits to leaving the theater in disgust.
Critical response to the film was divided, with some critics panning the film and others considering it one of the year's best.
It was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Award by the Film Critics Circle of Australia. It was voted Best Foreign Language Film by the San Diego Film Critics Society, tied with The Barbarian Invasions Les Invasions barbares.
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Ed K Super Reviewer. May 02, One of the most disturbing films ever made, but also the best French extremity. Irreversible is a thought provoking tale of revenge and the irreversible time.
The film is shot in a style that connects all the shots together to make it appear as one continuous long shot. The imagery was dark and dirty, the camera-work was purposefully disorientating to induce anxiety in the audience, coupled by the explicit violence, it was truly an uncomfortable film to watch.
The plot was not presented in chronological manner that requires viewer to piece the puzzles together to understand the correct sequence of scenes.
The fire extinguisher scene and the rape scenes are both explicit, I really do question the morality of the film regarding the the actions of the characters, Noe appeared to have made up accept the violence as an irreducible fact by dislocating our emotions with the disturbing elements of the film then gradually relate back to the happier times before all the events happened.
Irreversible is a must watch for the hardcore film buffs. Sylvester K Super Reviewer. Sep 26, Maybe Noe's backwards narrative was meant to be some kind of attempt to comment on the pointlessness of violence, but I couldn't care less.
It doesn't change the fact that this is a thoroughly pretentious and disgusting film. Even if this is deranged commentary of some kind, the final product is so thoroughly unwatchable that it undermines itself.
Whatever, that's probably what Noe wanted. Alec B Super Reviewer. Mar 25, I mean, everyone seems to be liking this girl, because she's got two guys trying to avenge her, and one guy who raped her, so she seems mighty popular Yeah, people, this subject matter is very serious, and as the Bobby Darin reference ought to tell you, I'm just trying to make light of things to calm down, because a lot of horrible, horrible, horrible things happen in this film, and you better believe that a lot of them are the doing of Vincent Cassel.
Folks, you can joke about how he's a weird kind of handsome or whatever, but make sure he doesn't hear you, especially when he has a fire extinguisher nearby, and if you don't get that reference, well, watch this film at your own risk.
This film's story concept is ever so grossly thinned out by a startlingly misguided interpretation whose occasions of effectiveness pale in comparison with the moments in which ideas that are questionable to begin with fall flat, and yet, when you manage to scratch away through all of the grime of pretentious and messy non-storytelling, this subject matter is fairly intriguing, at least enough for the final product to collapse all that deeply into contemptibility.
It helps that the acting, even more so than the often overblown style, is the film's most consistently strong aspects, and a pretty important one at that, which can and does indeed do what it can to sell the harsh depths of this dramatic thriller with heavy emoting and disturbing presence that is, in fact, genuine.
Most every other aspect which attempts to sell this colossal misfire of an art thriller is much more misguided than genuine, but when the strong performances are joined by some actual realization to storytelling, the film is fairly effective, almost to the point of achieving, at the very least, mediocrity.
Alas, the film doesn't even make it that far, falling so flat that is frustrates as more-or-less a disaster of overambition, even within the violence department that everyone is talking about.
Pretty much what's most discussed among the handful of people who were unfortunately subjected to this garbage is the graphic violence, and really, I was surprised to find that there are only so many scenes of violence in this film, but make no mistake, from the face-smashing scene to a rape scene that would perhaps be more effective if it didn't devolve into an extended shot which stretches on for minutes and minutes on monotonous end, what violence that is portrayed is handled with too much gratuitous brutality to carry all that much purpose, and not exactly justified by all that much depth to characterization.
Maybe the narrative dynamicity would be more palpable if each individual segment of this complexly structured drama wasn't so blasted monotonous, not so much because of excesses in material, but because of excesses in filler that ranges from sequences of pure nothingness to extended shots that stretch on, and on, and on, and on, until focus is lost with some kind of a control on an artistic license.
Even in the way storytelling style is structured, this film is a misguided mess of artistic bloating, but the questionable "artistry" does not end there in this abstractionist drama whose mythology is sort of gotten used to after a while, but not to where you can completely get past the surrealism of the dialogue and set pieces, and overt strangeness to what characterization there is.
Yes, people, when it's all said and done, the film, as a drama, is just plain cold, as surely as it is hopelessly misguided as an artistic endeavor, thus, the film stands as a perfect misfire that has its strengths, but has many more flaws, and would simply be too bland to be bad if it didn't have the audacity to feel demanding.
When it's all said and finally done Cameron J Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Pierre: You're behaving like an animal.
Even animals don't seek revenge. Philippe: Time destroys everything. Sushant Singh Rajput's Watchlist.
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Show HTML View more styles. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Monica Bellucci Alex as Bellucci Vincent Cassel Marcus as Cassel Albert Dupontel Pierre as Dupontel Jo Prestia Le Tenia as Prestia Philippe Nahon Fistman as Costes Mick Gondouin Mick as Gondouin Mourad Khima Mourad as Khima Hellal Layde Nato Commissaire Fesche Chauffeur Taxi Jara-Millo Concha as Jaramillo Le Quellec Inspecteur Isabelle Giami Edit Storyline A young woman, Alex, is raped by a stranger in a tunnel.
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