Story is underdeveloped, but Ozu does it again with the ending--beautifully melancholic.
"To each his own Morality. To each his own Justice."
Gaspar Noe's debut feature film has left my mind racing in stunned chaos. You won't find anything more relentlessly brutal and overwhelmingly bleak, confining itself within the bowels of humanity. Noe's directional techniques are highly experimental; at times he keeps the camera completely stagnant, focusing on expressions and underlying emotions, and at other times moving in anarchic fury, perfectly conveying the raw, hate-fuelled power.
Following the crash course of a…
Prolific Japanese director Takashi Miike is known to stir up controversy with his film's graphic content, and this is perhaps his most disturbing. Yet, at the same time, it is tame and slow-paced compared to something like Ichi the Killer (2001). But it quickly descends into gruesome, grotesque madness; the final act will exhaust even the strongest stomachs. Although, what some might mistake for tasteless, torture-porn violence is nothing of the sort. Miike's patient plotting and tender treatment of his…