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3rd Dec '15 7:48:16 AM Willbyr
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Creator/GasparNoe, Creator/LarsVonTrier, Michael Haneke, Creator/PierPaoloPasolini, and Creator/CatherineBreillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

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Creator/GasparNoe, Creator/LarsVonTrier, Michael Haneke, Creator/MichaelHaneke, Creator/PierPaoloPasolini, and Creator/CatherineBreillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.
31st May '15 1:47:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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Crator/GasparNoe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Creator/DusanMakavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

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Crator/GasparNoe, Lars Von Trier, Creator/GasparNoe, Creator/LarsVonTrier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Creator/PierPaoloPasolini, and Catherine Breillat Creator/CatherineBreillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Creator/DusanMakavejev's Dusan Makavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.



* Anything by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Noe Gaspar Noe]]

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* Anything by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Noe Gaspar Noe]]Creator/GasparNoe.
30th May '15 2:15:47 AM SeptimusHeap
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Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Creator/DusanMakavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

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Gaspar Noe, Crator/GasparNoe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Creator/DusanMakavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.



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* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British.
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* ''Caligula'', ''Film/{{Caligula}}'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British.
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22nd Feb '14 9:37:32 AM Telcontar
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Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Bernardo Bertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

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Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's Creator/DusanMakavejev's ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Bernardo Bertolucci's Creator/BernardoBertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.
22nd Aug '13 1:19:11 PM Willbyr
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* LeFilmArtistique, opaque and incomprehensible and monochrome.
* ExploitationFilm, emphasizes over-the-top violence, gore, sexuality, and a more morbid nature.

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* LeFilmArtistique, opaque and incomprehensible LeFilmArtistique: Opaque, incomprehensible, and monochrome.
* ExploitationFilm, emphasizes ExploitationFilm: Emphasizes over-the-top violence, gore, sexuality, and has a more morbid nature.
22nd Aug '13 1:18:12 PM Willbyr
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'''Films associated with this genre:'''

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* Anything by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Noe Gaspar Noe]]
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* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British.
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* ''Film/FunnyGames''
* ''Film/HighTension'': It has a lot of the elements of Euroshlock, ADateWithRosiePalms, {{Gorn}}, a DownerEnding, and LeaveTheCameraRunning (TropesAreNotBad, the beginning is hilarious), but it is has elements of a standard SlasherFilm with a GenreShift to action and another GenreShift to PsychologicalHorror at the end.
* ''Film/InTheRealmOfTheSenses'' is an odd example. The film is Japanese-language, set in Japan and by a Japanese director, but because of the ban on depictions of genitalia, it was listed as a French production and the final editing was completed there.
* ''Film/KenPark''
* ''Film/LastTangoInParis'' - Arguably the TropeMaker.
* ''Film/ManBitesDog''
* ''Film/{{Martyrs}}''
* ''Film/ThePianoTeacher''
* ''Film/{{Possession}}''
* ''Film/{{Romance}}''
* ''Film/SweetMovie''
* ''Film/WRMysteriesOfTheOrganism''
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!!Films associated with this genre:

[[index]]
* Anything by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Noe Gaspar Noe]]
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%% Admin note: ''Caligula'' was cut for violating the wiki's content policy. Do not pothole.
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[[/index]]
* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British.
[[index]]
* ''FunnyGames''
* ''HighTension'': It has a lot of the elements of Euroshlock, ADateWithRosiePalms, {{Gorn}}, a DownerEnding, and LeaveTheCameraRunning (TropesAreNotBad, the beginning is hilarious), but it is has elements of a standard SlasherFilm with a GenreShift to action and another GenreShift to PsychologicalHorror at the end.
* ''InTheRealmOfTheSenses'' is an odd example. The film is Japanese-language, set in Japan and by a Japanese director, but because of the ban on depictions of genitalia, it was listed as a French production and the final editing was completed there.
* ''Film/KenPark''
* ''Film/LastTangoInParis'' - Arguably the TropeMaker.
* ''ManBitesDog''
* ''Film/{{Martyrs}}''
* ''ThePianoTeacher''
* ''{{Possession}}''
* ''Film/{{Romance}}''
* ''Film/SweetMovie''
* ''WRMysteriesOfTheOrganism''
[[/index]]
7th Jul '13 3:48:18 PM Willbyr
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Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Sweet Movie'' and Bernardo Bertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

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Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Sweet Movie'' ''Film/SweetMovie'' and Bernardo Bertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.
29th Apr '13 5:03:50 PM Willbyr
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* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British. .

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* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British. .British.
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29th Apr '13 5:02:25 PM Willbyr
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27th Oct '12 6:06:38 AM Willbyr
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Euroshlock refers to a number of European arthouse films built around depictions of transgressive material that may shock and/or offend audiences. Often there is explicit sexual content ([[MaleGaze generally female]]). {{Gorn}} may also appear. The content of these films may be maudlin in tone and have the [[UnfortunateImplications unfortunate message]] that "depraved" sex will lead to misery and death.

Gaspar Noe, Lars Von Trier, Michael Haneke, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Catherine Breillat are names associated with these films. France and Italy are also associated with the genre. Early example of this trope can be found in the 70s with Pier's ''Film/SaloOrThe120DaysOfSodom'', Thierry Zeno's ''Film/VaseDeNoces'', Dusan Makavejev's ''Sweet Movie'' and Bernardo Bertolucci's ''Film/LastTangoInParis''. It has seen a resurgence in the 2000s.

Contrast:
* LeFilmArtistique, opaque and incomprehensible and monochrome.
* ExploitationFilm, emphasizes over-the-top violence, gore, sexuality, and a more morbid nature.

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!!Tropes common to these films:

* ADateWithRosiePalms
* {{Anvilicious}}
* CrapsackWorld
* DeliberatelyMonochrome
* DownerEnding
* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory
* FreudWasRight
* {{Gorn}}
* GrayAndGrayMorality
* HumansAreBastards
* ItsNotPornItsArt
* LeaveTheCameraRunning
* LeFilmArtistique
* MaleFrontalNudity
* NauseaFuel
* {{Squick}}
* TrueArtIsAngsty
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic

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!!Films associated with this genre:

* Anything by [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaspar_Noe Gaspar Noe]]
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%% Admin note: ''Caligula'' was cut for violating the wiki's content policy. Do not pothole.
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* ''Caligula'', of course. The writer was American, the director, setting and filming-location Italian, and the actors British. .
* ''FunnyGames''
* ''HighTension'': It has a lot of the elements of Euroshlock, ADateWithRosiePalms, {{Gorn}}, a DownerEnding, and LeaveTheCameraRunning (TropesAreNotBad, the beginning is hilarious), but it is has elements of a standard SlasherFilm with a GenreShift to action and another GenreShift to PsychologicalHorror at the end.
* ''InTheRealmOfTheSenses'' is an odd example. The film is Japanese-language, set in Japan and by a Japanese director, but because of the ban on depictions of genitalia, it was listed as a French production and the final editing was completed there.
* ''Film/LastTangoInParis'' - Arguably the TropeMaker.
* ''ManBitesDog''
* ''Film/{{Martyrs}}''
* ''ThePianoTeacher''
* ''{{Possession}}''
* ''Film/{{Romance}}''
* ''WRMysteriesOfTheOrganism''

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