Baise-Moi   2000   France Baise-Moi
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Director:Virginie Despentes, Coralie
Studio:Remstar Canada
Writer:Coralie, Virginie Despentes
IMDb Rating:4.4 (9,634 votes)
Awards:3 nominations
Genre:Drama
Duration:77 min
Languages:French
IMDb:0249380
Amazon:B00005U12T
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Virginie Despentes, Coralie  ...  (Director)
Coralie, Virginie Despentes  ...  (Writer)
 
Karen Lancaume  ...  Nadine
Raffaëla Anderson  ...  Manu
Céline Beugnot  ...  Blonde at Billiards
Adama Niane  ...  Boy at Billiards
Christophe Claudy Landry  ...  Guy at Counter
Tewfik Saad  ...  Server
Delphine McCarty  ...  Severine
Ouassini Embarek  ...  Radouan
Patrick Kodjo Topou  ...  Big Thug (as Patrick-Kodjo Topou)
Lisa Marshall  ...  Karla
Hacène Beddrouh  ...  Lakim
Patrick Eudeline  ...  Francis
Ian Scott  ...  Rapist #1
Philippe Houillez  ...  Rapist #2
Steven Jhonsson  ...  Rapist #3
Benoît Chamaillard  ...  Cinematographer
Summary: Not for the faint-hearted. Baise-Moi defies categories--it features pornographic sex scenes and violent shootings, but it won't fit anyone's definition of an erotic thriller. After separately committing murders, two French women join together in a spree of crime and sex. Because both have endured abuse at the hands of men, the movie seems to start as a self-righteous parable--but the women's actions quickly degenerate into amoral, near random killings, with women shot as casually as men. One reviewer described Baise-Moi as "Thelma & Louise with actual penetration," but it's actually Thelma & Louise without Hollywood sentiment. By refusing to condemn or justify the protagonists' actions, and by depicting both sex and violence with unglamorous realism, Baise-Moi forces the viewer to respond in the most contradictory and basic ways. You may find the lead characters surprisingly sympathetic. Jarring, unsettling, and well worth watching. --Bret Fetzer


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