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Torgo's avatar


If KKD's previous films weren't provoking and perverse enough for you.
The spoiler scene goes down as a contender for the most bizarre sex scene ever. I'm confused what to think of all this ..
9 years 7 months ago
amanbreSD's avatar


Come on pirates!!!
10 years 7 months ago
MMDan's avatar


2 years 11 months ago
jlfitz's avatar


on tubi. No dialogue.
2 years 11 months ago
Nightwalker's avatar


Master provocateur Kim Ki-Duk did it again. A movie that made people vomit during its premiere at the Venice Film Festival, that divides its audience in lovers and haters and that will have a cult following in some years. For some reason it felt like watching Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void: I was incredibly fascinated and couldn't turn my eyes off the screen, but at the same time I was so happy when the end credits started rolling. Still in doubt about how I feel about Moebius, I can say one thing for sure: this is a film I never have to see again. I'm glad I did, but it's an experience not worth repeating. Why not? spoiler While telling this sickening Freudian nightmare, Ki-Duk refuses to let his actors speak one word (there's no dialogue in this movie) and adds some knife-in-shoulder masturbating to take it all just one step further. Yes, you really need to have the stomach for it. Unfortunately, Ki-Duk forgets to make an interesting visual movie (unlike Noé's Enter the Void) and thereby doesn't reach the bourgeois public he intends to insult and provoke. But still... This movie is unlike anything you've ever seen. Try it.
9 years 3 months ago
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