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Irreversible (2002, Fr.) D. Gaspar Noe Walkouts were common during this French thriller, which depicted a vicious and lengthy rape and its brutal aftermath in reverse chronological order. Frenchman writer/director Gaspar Noe's hard-hitting, graphic, profoundly disturbing and violent film about rape revenge, was non-linear - it was told in flashback and reverse order in continuously-filmed takes, similar in structure to Christopher Nolan's Memento (1999) , with the theme: "Time destroys everything." The fatalistically-tinged film implied that the characters in the film were predestined (irreversibly) to face what would happen to them.
Contemptuous talk-show radio host in Dallas Texas, Jewish radio personality Barry Champlain (Eric Bogosian) held all the phone calls, to tell his listening audience what he really felt about them, as the camera circled around him: Believe it or not, you make perfect sense to me.
Manufactured Landscapes is the striking documentary on the world and work of renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. Internationally acclaimed for his large scale photographs of manufactured landscapes – quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams – Burtynsky creates stunningly beautiful art from civilization’s materials and debris.