It's been years since Gasper Noe's 'Irreversible' shocked and disturbed viewers at the Cannes Film Festival. But looking back, we're still not behind this.
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When Gaspar Noé’s controversial drama 'Irreversible' debuted at Cannes in 2003, it proved to be so shocking it made people leave the cinema in droves.
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