2º – Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1977)
A succession of bizarre content in a baffling and confusing plot is conveyed in this film that launched David Lynch to the world. ‘Eraserhead’ is ungrateful to the viewer from the first to the last minute, bringing fear, aversion and nausea to each scene.
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1º – Irreversible (Gaspar Noé, 2002)
Gaspar Noé presents a powerful work on chance, life and, above all, time. The 97-minute length of the film tries in every way to bother the viewer. The extremely disturbing graphic content, the unusual option of telling the story in reverse order, its almost inaudible soundtrack that provokes human aversion and the option to display fragments of images that can cause epileptic attack in those who watch end up working against the viewer. ‘Irreversible’ is a film that changes the viewer’s way of looking at the world after watching it.
Credits: Cinefilia Incandescente