Movie Reviews of films that will be playing at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) in 2018. Go to TIFF 2018 Movie Reviews and read reviews of films showing at the festival.
Gaspar Noe (CARNE, SEUL CONTRE TOUS, ENTER THE VOID) shows what genius can be done with a troupe of dancers obsessed with their art. The film begins with interviews of individual members followed by an incredibly executed dance in synch to the amazement of the audience.
Third segment has the camera following the dancers as they interact with each other, speaking about their aims, fears or just plain flirtation. This is followed once again by dance, this time with the camera placed permanent,y overhead of the dancers as they now individually dance into the frame, showing their prowess. The dancers now drink the sangria which is spiked with LSD. They never find out the culprit though the suspected get violently attacked.
They last segment leading to the film’s CLIMAX has them indulging in sex and violent acts. The film’s dance sequences alone are more than worth the price of admission but the film delves more deeply into man’s tortured soul including the concept of death.
CLIMAX is not a film for everyone but is nothing one has seen before for those who can take it.