Irréversible
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During the movie one of the leads searches for the suspected rapist in an underground sex club. When he locates someone that he believes to be the man (but isn't) a fight between the two ends with a brutal repeated head bashing of the suspect with a fire extinguisher. The scene is hyper-realistic and hard to watch.

The flashing lights are to create a sense of uneasiness again. Gaspar Noe uses low frequency sound to create nausea, headaches, and disorientation in the beginning and uses it again here to make the viewer feel sick after the mood changes dramatically.

Also it symbolizes the chaos that occurs in the universe & how life can easily spiral out of control as it does in the movie.

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