Despite having seen it only once at a retrospective in London’s BFI, that intensely disturbing and completely horrifying scene from Irreversible is likely to be burnt onto my frontal lobes for all of time. They’re hardly chilled out Sunday afternoon viewing, as Noé’s movies always make you sit up and pay attention, and that’s something that looks to be continued with his upcoming effort Psyché.
According to Government funding group Tax Shelter Belgium (via Google Translate), the film will be set in the mid 1990s and revolve around twenty urban dancers gathering to rehearse in a disused boarding school in the middle of a forest. So far, so StreetDance 3D, right?
Then things take a turn for the Noé, with the