Horror • R • 2018 • 1 hr 37 min
French people make normal movies challenge
If you want a mind screw and a movie that makes one uneasy this is a good way to go.
Sensory overload for both you and the characters, Noe’s most categorically horror film has his trademark flashing lights and gruesomeness
Great cinematography, setting, and tone. As fucked up as you could hope for like watching a car wreck, you don't want to watch but cant help
Been a year and I still haven’t forgotten the feeling of watching this movie…intense
It’s art. Probably gaspars most approachable to date, though that’s not saying much. The opening sequence was mesmerizing.
Noé isn't for everyone but I feel this film Is a good way to decide if he is for you.
Noé's best of. Although it loses momentum, you should know what you're getting into with this one. Still, the cinematography is great!
Insane dancing and beautifully shot but realistic violence that is too heavy. Overall it lacks a point.
This movie is like one long drug trip. Shocking, disturbing and a lot of fun.
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