The Top 10 New French Extremism Films of All-Time

Andrzej Duralewski

Andrzej lives in northern Poland and is a music, film and PC gaming fan. He mostly likes thriller movies but is always curious about any other new film he is about to see. Considers himself fascinated by pop culture and is always excited about the future even though sometimes thinks too much about the past.

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  1. I am a huge fan of Gaspar Noe, and his films are the only ones on this list I’ve seen. I think Irreversible is the weakest of the three, mostly because it dances across the line between “legitimately disturbing” and “audience abuse” a few too many times. Enter the Void is easily his most ambitious film, and despite being a bit padded it is excellent. But I Stand Alone is without question my favorite of the three… it’s an irresponsible film about a terrible person being horrible, intoxicating due to just how far it commits to its premise. The twist ending is what really makes it a stunner.

  2. Charles Does says:

    Irreversible is amazing!