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Titane

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France, Belgium

2021

1h 48m

Director Julia Ducournau

Starring Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier, Laïs Salameh

Genre Drama, Horror, Thriller

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As a result of a near fatal car crash, a young girl, Alexia, receives a severe injury that necessitates a titanium plate be implanted in her head. The emotionally scarring event leaves her with a deep-seated attraction to the vehicles that caused the physical trauma. The resulting passion and desire inflicts unpredictable horror on all who come in contact.

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TheWrap by Ben Croll

Ducournau’s follow-up to “Raw” is more than comfortable in its genre trappings, offering grab bag nods to past masters and positively delighting in sex, violence and grisly prosthetics as it chants “Long live the new flesh” from the film world’s toniest perch, inviting all gathered to join along.
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The Hollywood Reporter by Boyd van Hoeij

While Titane wants to shock and surprise — two things a lot of contemporary films seem to have forgotten how to do — it also wants to tell the strangely affecting story of two royally f***ed up human beings who, despite all the odds, and lack of shared DNA, share a father-son like bond.
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IndieWire by David Ehrlich

Whatever you’re willing to take from it, there’s no denying that Titane is the work of a demented visionary in full command of her wild mind; a shimmering aria of fire and metal that introduces itself as the psychopathic lovechild of David Cronenberg’s “Crash” and Shinya Tsukamoto’s “Tetsuo: The Iron Man” before shapeshifting into a modern fable about how badly people just need someone to take care of them and vice-versa.
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The Playlist by Jessica Kiang

Titane is bold in its reference points, no-holds-barred in its approach to some of the hottest-button issues of the day, and brash – and often very funny – in its deliciously grisly and inventive image-making.
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Screen Daily by Jonathan Romney

By the time we reach an apocalyptic payoff, Titane has skated on and off the rails several times, with insouciant abandon. You miss the combination of bravado and control that made Raw work so well, but the deranged cocktail of outrage, excess, conceptual ferocity and sheer silliness on display here will make you gasp – and occasionally flinch.
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Variety by Peter Debruge

With Titane, audiences occasionally just have to give themselves over to the movie’s demented momentum, taking whatever perverse pleasure they can from Ducournau’s willingness to push the boundaries
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The Telegraph by Robbie Collin

Titane is the kind of film that makes quibbles over plausibility seem foolish: you just have to sit back and enjoy being ridden over, or at least accept that’s what the exercise is about.

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