Sarah testifies that she was raped. She then goes to court to prosecute the men involved. Audition 1999 piano-wire scene and Ichi the Killer 2001 torture scene These scenes tie because they both come from the twisted mind of Takashi Miike, whose catalog falls mostly into the shocking category. Of all the ones that predate The Accused, Not many push as far into the red zone as this. I walked around creeped out all day the first time I saw it. An interesting legal question, to be sure. This is the first film I can remember that considers the responsibility of bystanders in a rape case.
The screenplay is a tad over written in some places, so it's not a brilliant movie, but it is a fine specimen to sample for those who enjoy this genre. The girl that survives walks out to the shore line and her fiends who are rowing a boat see her and get her help. Jodie Foster plays Sarah Tobias, a small-town waitress with a bad reputation and drug user who is brutally attacked by three men in a bar, who were also being cheered on by some of the onlookers. The tone is set without any on screen violence. However I wish they had kept the castration scene from the original in the remake. As April Wolfe points out in , rape scenes have been haunting cinema — and its workers — for quite some time. I instead aim to remind any naive readers that rape, whether fictionalized or real, is a deeply resonant — and intentionally gendered — human issue.
Poo-eating makes the top spot. When tested again months later, it got among the highest scores in studio's history. Such formal minutiae may seem inconsequential, but it equates to a scene that exemplifies the troubled nature of cinematic rape. They sugercoat nothing, as they explicitly show the rape. On the other hand, your list is sorely missing an entry from David Cronenberg, and you could have selected one or more scenes from most any of his films. Wendy March 25, 2011 at 8:00 pm I agree with The Girl Next Door. Almost every one of them, if they saw something like this happening, would step in to stop it, or call the police.
However there are plenty of gore gags. As it is, I had to settle for a few powerful moments and some toothless filler. Suffice it to say, I cried all the way home from this movie, as much from shame as anything else. Murder and rape are certainly difficult to watch, but do either of those things make the number one spot on this list? In the film Sarah Tobias, a young waitress is gang-raped by three men at a local bar. But the film begins immediately after the atrocity went down.
For the second, the accused persons different people are charged with the crime of cheering it on to put it in more casual terms. Actually there was a 2nd time I almost walked out of a movie. January 27, 2009 at 3:02 am Such a fantastic list. For the first, the accused persons have been charged with rape. That can be a hard pill to swallow if you are a man or, like me, a woman with beloved and trusted men in your life.
Or is the victim able to divide them while being both being attacked? Brought with the guy with the scorpion tattoo who cheered the rapists on and then gloated after running into and recognizing Sarah on how he got away with this. Blow that motherfuckers brains out. The scene in the record store is uncomfortable and disconcerting, as it should be. Family members look after one another, even the slutty women, whether or not they have ever been to the bar before. But this film takes it a step further: what about those who witness a crime and refuse to stop it, possibly even encouraging it? After recovering from the media frenzy surrounding her following the incident, she had experienced a bit of a dry spell upon her return to acting. It finds Kaplan and Topor refusing to sweeten the meal, it is what it is, uncompromising in detail whilst casting sleazy like shadows over the justice system and the marginalisation of Sarah Tobias.
The film explores the themes of , , , , and. And it's about two women; there's no man who comes to rescue them. This is supposedly based on a true story, though certain details have been left out and some even altered. As for Salo, well folks I saw the scene and it is pure fiction, no single human being could suppress the gag reflex no matter what the threat! Sarah is determined to convince the District Attorney on the case Kelly McGillis to bring it to trial, not just the three attackers, but the onlookers as well. The wooden Kelly McGillis plays the adventurous go-getting prosecuting council and - in near perfect contrast - the versatile and talented Jodie Foster plays the central crime victim.
It is a difficult film to watch but when the film ends, you have a positive feeling that justice has been served as the men who egged on the rape are just as bad and guilty as the rapists. This is a local sticks for local people! Salander is not so much a character here as she is a pawn in her own narrative, directed to do little more than struggle and scream while her attacker takes center stage. Jodie Foster offers a courageous performance as the tough but vulnerable Sarah Tobias, whose behavior on the night of the crime was certainly provocative, but as the flashback re-enactment shows all too clearly no amount of provocation could justify such a brutal response. I am aware of the brutal impact of the previous sentence. It is shown that before she was raped, she was drunk, had smoked pot, flirted with the men and even made a joke about taking one of them back to her trailer and sleeping with him in front of her boyfriend's face. Because I bet Jodie Foster and Kelly McGillis could've fucked up some assholes real good.
We celebrate the spontaneous explosion of heads, but we abhor teeth-pulling or the forced ingestion of pureed intestines. It makes for a very strong symbol, representing the Japanese captors destroying their labs and running from prosecution…A stunning visual, but definitely not cool. The language during the rape when the crowd is shouting 'Hold her down', 'needle-dick', 'poke that pussy' is very colourful and cruel. Educated at The University of St Andrews and Trinity College Dublin. This abuse scene was far worse than any other movie I have ever seen by far and I have seen many of the worst. Also, three movies which are highly disturbing, and I never see on any of these lists.