Bijitâ Q (2001)



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Titolo originale: Bijitâ Q–>
Genere: Commedia, Drammatico, Horror–>
Durata: 84–>
Nazione: Japan–>
Regia:

  • Takashi Miike

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Scritto da:

  • Itaru Era ((as Era)

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Produzione:

  • Reiko Arakawa (regista)
  • Hisanori Endô (produttore esecutivo)
  • Seiichiro Kobayashi (regista)
  • Susumu Nakajima (regista)
  • Akira Saitô (produttore esecutivo)

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Musiche:

  • Kôji Endô

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Trama del film:

A father, who is a failed former television reporter tries to mount a documentary about violence and sex among youths. He proceeds to have sex with his daughter who is now a prostitute and films his son being humiliated and hit by classmates. "Q", a perfect stranger somehow gets involved and enter the bizzare family who's son beats his mom, who in turn is also a prostitute and a heroin addict… Written by Christian D <c[email protected]>

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1 Comment

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    Christian ([email protected]) said

    February 27 2012 @ 19:41

    Right of the bat, this movie is not for everyone. It opens with an
    intertidal announcing nonchalantly, "Have you ever had sex with your
    father?" Seeing this written simply on the screen, you start to look
    around the theater to try to ascertain other people's reaction. You
    feel slightly uncomfortable. You wonder if your presence at the movie
    is a testament of your perversity. As the scene progress and it becomes
    eminent that this little girl is indeed going to have sex with her
    father, you feel a genuine unease. You even wonder if other member of
    the audience will simply stand up and leave… but everyone remains
    seated. They watch the act play itself out. It looks so real!! Who in
    the world filmed this? Is this a movie or did it really happened?

    Then you realize that the reason nobody left, was that they were all
    glued in their seat. Frozen. The scene was so intense! And then… the
    laughter starts. An unsure, reluctant laugh. Should I laugh? Is this
    funny? Is this sick? Distasteful? Sad? The answer is: this is human
    nature. Some of us do this. Some never do, but nonetheless have the
    urge to do some of these things. We are not all as neat, conformist,
    lawful, respectful, righteous as some might think. We have a dark side.
    This film shows us this dark side. Simply, honestly, and with great
    care not to be afraid to go too far.

    This film is extremely daring. It depicts acts that are not only
    illegal and to most (I sincerely hope) immoral, but that are also very
    passionate and intimately linked to who we are. Seeing this on screen
    allows us a glimpse into this forbidden world. It is as though we are
    actually committing these atrocities vicariously, and if not, are at
    least silent witnesses. But we enjoy it. Yes, why do we enjoy it so
    much? Because, like it or not, it is part of us, somewhere deep (very
    deep) inside, we understand these fellow humans.

    So behind the shock value and the constant disturbing images thrown at
    the spectators, there lies a deep analysis of human drives that is
    quite revealing and to the point. This film is like a case study in a
    scientific experiment. Between the sex, between the violence, we find
    the motivations and reasons for this decadence. For some, it may
    require more courage than others, but we owe it to ourselves to
    watch… to learn.

    This film is not as dark as you might imagine it to be. That is what is
    so surprising about it. The incorporation of humor and absurdity in
    hateful and abject displays. The situations are in fact quite funny,
    even hilarious. The people are real persons that you might even come to
    like. The story is somewhat sweet, heartfelt. So come in open-minded,
    let go of your inhibitions, of your own self-censorship, and enjoy it!!
    Laugh, cry, let your stomach turn a little and feel like you've
    experienced something never before experienced. This is what novelty is
    all about.

    The first scene is just the tip of the iceberg compared to the rest of
    the movie, but I would spoil the fun by telling you what you are about
    to see, just go ahead and see it. Expect nothing. Expect anything.

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