Starring Vincent Gallo, Tricia Vessey and Beatrice Dalle, Touble Every Day is a modern-day horror story about a man and a woman, living thousands of miles apart, who are afflicted with the same self-destructive cerebral impairment that affects their sexual appetites. This increasingly diverse French director has created a film that one can honestly describe as looking, sounding and simply feeling like no other film in recent history.-- Chris Wiegand, BOX OFFICE MAGAZINE
A classic example of obscure art house European cinema, Trouble Every Day is a sordid, shocking and often indecipherable examination of sexual depravity and violence. This is a deliberately difficult film--it is a full 15 minutes before anyone utters a line of dialogue--and director Claire Denis has created a world that offers the viewer little in the way of respite throughout the 90-minute duration. Both Vincent Gallo and Beatrice Dalle turn in their standard cult movie performances (long silences, staring into the distance) but in truth there are few actors so well suited to a piece of work such as this. Trouble Every Day is not for the casual viewer, suited more to real aficionados of the genre who are prepared to be challenged, shaken and more than a little appalled by every twist in the gruesome plot. --Phil Udell
- 1.33 : 1
- Dolby Digital Surround 2.0
- Region 4
- Standard Edition
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