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108 minutes

Synopsis

Interweaving cues from Cronenberg to Tarantino, tied together with exceptional performances from Agathe Rousselle and Vincent Lindon, and an almost human body-like score, Julia Ducournau's TITANE is a spectacular, brutal and hypnotic ride that keeps the viewer on a certain edge, not knowing what could possibly happen next. In 2021, Ducournau became only the second woman ever to win the coveted Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for this unforgettable film.

"TITANE consolidates a filmmaking style based on visceral shock, grisly absurdism and high thematic ambition. Violence is often played for comedy. Cruelty collides with tenderness. Eroticism keeps company with disgust. Through the stroboscopic aggression of Ducournau’s images you can glimpse ideas about gender, lust and the intimacy that connects people and machines." A.O.SCOTT, NYTIMES

CONTENT WARNING: contains scenes of a sexual nature, and strong violence which some viewers may find distressing.