"Do you know what my biggest dream in life is? My biggest dream is to make a movie that truly depicts sentimental sexuality." Murphy (From the film)
Argentinian auteur Gaspoar Noé continues his provocative narrative he commenced with I Stand Alone (1998), Irreversible (2008) and Enter the Void (2009) with his latest flick Love 3D. Disturbed by the fact that the sexual aspect of relationships are locked under blankets in film narrative, Noé this time tells the story of a relationship with all there is to tell about it. The relationship between American Murphy living in Paris with unstable Electra takes an uncalled for turn when they invite their beautiful neighbour over for coffee one day... First screened at Cannes and generating the longest queues in every subsequent festival, Love got tremendously varying reviews from its viewers; however Noé seems to have achieved burying the long-lasted 'porn or not porn?' discussion directed at the use of sexuality in film, turning it into a much more sophisticated debate. We're looking forward to the opinions of !f viewers who will be watching the film for the first time in Turkey. +18 - Contains sexually explicit scenes that may be inappropriate for younger viewers.
2015 TORONTO, CANNES
Gaspar Noé was born in Buenos Aires in 1963 and studied cinema at Paris' L'École Nationale Supérieure Louis-Lumière. His short Carne (1991) and his first feature, I Stand Alone (1998), both won Critics' Week awards at Cannes. Irréversible (2002) and Enter the Void (2009) are his most well-known films. Love 3D (2015) is his latest feature.