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Gaspar Noé (born December 27, 1963 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentinian-born French filmmaker. His films usually deal with controversial topics such as violence, rape, revenge, pornography, homophobia, misogyny, racism, and xenophobia. Three of his most well known films tell the on-going story of a nameless butcher played by Philippe Nahon; Carne, I Stand Alone and (in a cameo) Irréversible. He is strongly inspired by Stanley Kubrick's films and often makes references to them in his own works. He also cites the 1983 Austrian serial killer film Angst, by Gerald Kargl, as a major influence.

Filmography

  • Enter the Void (feature film) (2008/2009)
  • 8 (segment, SIDA) (2007)
  • Destricted (segment, We Fuck Alone) (2006)
  • Arielle Je Suis si Mince (music video)
  • Placebo Protege Moi (music video)
  • Irréversible (feature film) (2002)
  • I Stand Alone (feature film) (1998)
  • Intoxication (short film) (1998)
  • Sodomites (short film) (1998)
  • Une expérience d'hypnose télévisuelle (short film) (1995)
  • Carne (medium-length film) (1991)
  • Pulpe amère (short film) (1987)
  • Tintarella di luna (short film) (1985)





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