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Two young women, marginalised by society, go on a destructive tour of sex and violence. Breaking norms and killing men - and shattering the complacency of polite cinema audiences.

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Nadine (as Karen Bach)
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Manu
Céline Beugnot ...
La blonde au billard
Adama Niane ...
Le garçon au billard
Christophe Claudy Landry ...
Le mec au comptoir
Tewfik Saad ...
Le serveur bar
Delphine McCarty ...
La colocataire (as Delphine Mc Carty)
Ouassini Embarek ...
Radouan
Patrick Kodjo Topou ...
Wanted (as Patrick-Kodjo Topou)
Simon Nahoum ...
Su copain
Karim Chala ...
Su copain
Lisa Marshall ...
La copine de Manu / Manu's girlfriend
Hacène Beddrouh ...
La frère de Manu / Manu's brother
Patrick Eudeline ...
Francis
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Violeur / rapist 1
Philippe Houillez ...
Violeur / rapist 2
Steven Jhonsson ...
Violeur / rapist 3
Gil Stuart ...
Le client Nadine
Alexandre Milord ...
Le réceptionniste hôtel Francis
Élodie Chérie ...
La dame distributeur
Zenza Raggi ...
Le grand mec (as Karim Sabaddehine)
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Le petit mignon
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L'armurier
Gábor Rassov ...
Le connard à capote (as Gabor Rassov)
Marc Barrow ...
Le réceptionniste hôtel bord de mer
Rodolphe Antrim ...
Le type du local (as Rodolphe Amtrim)
Estelle Isaac ...
Alice
Hervé Pierre-Gustave ...
Martin (as H P G)
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L'architecte
Nataly Dune ...
La femme BAP (as Nathalie Dune)
Dany ...
La femme BAP
Sebastian Barrio ...
L'homme BAP (as Sébastian Barrio)
Pascal Saint-James ...
L'homme BAP (as Pascal St James)
Jean-Louis Costes ...
La truie
Sylvain Cahen-Delabre ...
Un mort
Jacques Sans ...
Un mort
Didier Gardette ...
Un mort

Directed by

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Virginie Despentes
Coralie ... (co-director) (as Coralie Trinh Thi)

Written by

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Virginie Despentes ... (screenplay) &
Coralie ... (screenplay) (as Coralie Trinh Thi)
 
Virginie Despentes ... (novel)

Produced by

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Dominique Chiron ... executive producer
Philippe Godeau ... producer

Music by

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Varou Jan

Cinematography by

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Benoît Chamaillard

Film Editing by

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Aïlo Auguste-Judith ... (as Aïlo Auguste)
Francine Lemaitre

Editorial Department

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Jean Durand ... color grader
Véronique Rosa ... assistant editor
Olivier Veinat ... video colorist

Casting By

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Jeanne Biras

Production Design by

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Islam Gamal

Art Direction by

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Irène Galitzine

Costume Design by

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Magali Baret
Isabelle Fraysse

Makeup Department

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Charlotte Arguillère ... special makeup effects artist

Production Management

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Sébastien Brun ... unit manager
Sylvain Cahen-Delabre ... unit manager
Baudoin Capet ... production manager
David Caujolle ... unit manager
Clauss Gigli ... unit manager
Joseph Martineau ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Estelle Chailloux ... assistant director
Ketal Guenin ... assistant director (as Kétal Guenin)

Art Department

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Paul Fayard ... assistant art director
Christophe Mureau ... assistant art director
Claude Veyset ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Fabien Adelin ... post-synchronisation sound recordist
Serge Arthus ... sound consultant: Dolby (as Serge Artus)
Eric Boisteau ... sound
Éric Bonnard ... re-recording mixer
Pascal Chauvin ... sound effects editor
Pascal Dedeye ... sound effects assistant editor
Fabien Krzyzanowski ... sound editor
Jacques Sans ... sound assistant
Edouard d'Heucqueville ... sound mix technician (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Guillaume Castagné ... special effects
Christophe Chabenet ... special effects assistant
Pierre-Paul Jayne ... special effects assistant
Frédéric Lainé ... special effects assistant
Perrine Poirier ... special effects assistant

Stunts

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Jean-Marc Minéo ... stunt consultant / stunt coordinator
Stéphane Bourdon ... armorer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Martin Cognito ... still photographer (as Jean-François Chiron)
Renaud Monfourny ... still photographer
Julien Pamart ... camera operator

Animation Department

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Derek L'Estrange ... cleanup artist (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Jeanne Biras ... casting coach

Location Management

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Jérôme Debusschère ... location manager

Music Department

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Raphaël Armand ... musician
Christian Fau ... musician
Joris Garnier ... musician
Varou Jan ... music arranger / music concept / musical director / musician
Anaïs Moreau ... musician
Sébastien Orzan ... musician
Germain Samba ... musician
Ludovic Vernu ... musician
Stan Witold ... music administrator: Small World

Transportation Department

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Didier Gardette ... driver
Claude Larive ... driver

Additional Crew

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Martin Cognito ... publicist (as Jean-François Chiron)
Hélène Germain ... production assistant
Béatrice Hureau ... production assistant
Emmanuelle Labonne ... production assistant
Alexandre Mallet-Guy ... financial manager
Rodolfo Saavedra ... publicist
Anne Serrié ... production administrator

Thanks

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Gilles Adrien ... thanks
Emmanuel Agneray ... thanks
Sasha Andres ... thanks
Frédéric Baldo ... thanks
Zion & Balthazar ... thanks
Brelon ... thanks
Alban Ceray ... thanks
Chokos ... thanks
Hervé de Luze ... thanks
Vanessa Demouy ... thanks
Nora Hamdi ... thanks
Benjamin Hot Style ... thanks
Mimi & Le Pulp ... thanks
Lea Martini ... thanks
Marion Mazauric ... thanks
Melik ... thanks
Gaspar Noé ... thanks
Julie Ouedraogo ... thanks (as Julie O.)
John B. Root ... thanks
Gil & Suspense ... thanks
Tewf ... thanks
Louis-Stéphane Ulysse ... thanks
Jaco Van Dormael ... thanks
Wilo ... thanks
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Manu and Nadine lose their last tenuous relationship with main-stream society when Manu gets raped and Nadine sees her only friend being shot. After a chance encounter, they embark on an explosive journey of sex and murder. Perhaps as a revenge against men, perhaps as a revolt against bourgeois society, but certainly in a negation - almost joyful in its senseless violence - of all the codes of a society which has excluded, raped and humiliated them. Controversial for its violence and real sex scenes: a vividly nihilist road movie set in France. Written by H. G. Ziche

Plot Keywords
Taglines Art or Pornography? You be the judge! Complete and Uncut the most controversial film of all time...A hard-core Thelma & Louise See more »
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Also Known As
  • Rape Me (World-wide, English title)
  • Rape Me (United States)
  • Fuck Me (World-wide, English title)
  • Fick mich (Baise-moi) (Germany)
  • Baise-moi - Fick mich! (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 77 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia In Canada, the Ontario Film Review Board originally banned the film because it was too pornographic. The film was re-submitted under a pornographic license, and banned because it was too violent. By then it had been selected for the Toronto Film Festival, and was approved in British Columbia and Québec. On March 8, 2001, the Ontario Film Review Board approved the film, with an R rating. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Die Geschichte des erotischen Films (2004). See more »
Soundtracks Ouvre-Moi See more »
Quotes [after Manu and her friend are brutally raped]
[crying]
Manu's friend: How could you? How could you have let them do that to you? How could you do that?
Manu: It's nothing to what they could have done. At least we're still alive.
Manu's friend: How could you... how could you say that?
Manu: I can say it because I don't give a flying fuck about their faggot dicks anyway! I've taken others inside me, so fuck them! It's like if you park a car in the middle of the city, you don't leave your treasures inside if you can't stop people from taking it. I can't stop assholes from going inside my pussy, but I didn't leave anything valuable in it.
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