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Reviews There has been controversy about the intentions and methods of this film. Some critics say is a film against rape or revenge, but wonder whether or not it was exploiting the issue by featuring such explicit. Film critic Roger Ebert has argued that the structure of the film is inherently moral, because at present the revenge before the acts that inspire it, viewers are forced to digest it first and then to think more deeply about their implications. Although it is a thesis that is unsupported by analyzing one by one the characters and perceive with amazement as the former boyfriend of Alex or Alexandra, named Pierre, appears at the beginning of the film slaughtering the false rapist, when over 90 of the film that we will see, this is portrayed by her boyfriend Marcus and as an intellectual who does a lot of talk and little.Marcus, on the contrary man is stigmatized as sexual and primate face with a runaway performance, sensual and aggressive from the moment they arrive at the party that triggered the events. Thus, Pierre quiet man, paused, not wanting to paint the town, which is not acting violently with a fire extinguisher that destroys the face of false rapist. Others have indicated how the order of the film is used for other purposes along with examining the moral implications of revenge. For example, remove any tension that could lead to development more commonly used, in which the viewer may be worried about whether the players they won or not in their revenge citation needed . The rape scene has been heavily criticized for its harshness and the mixture of violence and sex. However, it should be noted that Noah chose to deliberately keep the camera static during the entire scene with the intent to prevent the attack could have erotic connotations.As with other controversial works, some feel that the argument and are deliberately shocking images to provoke criticism and create free publicity. In New Zealand was not allowed to videotape distribution. Another point of view on the end of the film, is that Noah is constantly seeking to embarrass the viewer. Whether it’s music with a hint of bewilderment, with continuous rotary movements of the camera, with the narration of history upside down, or the origin of its explicit scenes. Many people take this as an offense, or a major drawback of the film, when for others it is simply a narrative form, a different and raw, to tell a mundane reality.

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