Vincent should die: the very contagious illness of hate (****) | EUROtoday

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What if abruptly, and with no phrase, tweet, provocation, rudeness, insult, soiled look, contempt or any slight, our neighbor confronted us with all types of provocations, rudeness, insults, soiled appears and slights? What's extra, what if, abruptly, phrases grew to become actions and that ended just like the rosary of daybreak, even the best and most aggressive of assaults? Let's think about for a second that all the things we are saying to one another on Twitter or And as we think about, let's think about that the unselfconscious pleasure with which we have a good time the 'zascas'Virals on social networks (how ironic that they’re referred to as social) these individuals who dislike us a lot grew to become abruptly (pun supposed) flesh and blood whips.

Well, you don't must think about a lot, simply exit into the road and, whereas we're at it, go to a cinema. 'Vincent should die', from the French debutant Stéphan Castang, is principally an train in coherence. That is to say, the movie does nothing apart from develop to its most rational and painful penalties a number of the most noisy phenomena of the society now we have skilled (the current, the on a regular basis, the morning and night gatherings). the gatherings at evening, that of the brothers-in-law invited to the field).

In actuality, all the above is nothing greater than an interpretation, irrespective of how apparent and apparent it might be. 'Vincent should die' It retains any sort of didacticism or instructive morality at a distance and, as in the perfect horror movies, nicely that's what it’s, issues occur for the straightforward motive that they must occur or, higher but, as a result of they will occur. lThe thought is none apart from to convey to the viewer the opportunity of their worst nightmares. It is solely a matter of inserting a stupendous mirror on the cinema display screen and providing the viewer the opportunity of seeing themselves in probably the most brutal of positions. The supposed terrifying unreality of what’s contemplated is nothing greater than the consequence of the place we’re. And so.

Vincent (nice Karim Leklou), a man so nondescript that he could possibly be mentioned to be a primary cousin of that nondescript acquaintance whose identify we by no means bear in mind, discovers at some point that he’s being checked out badly. And instantly afterward he receives a convincing host (sorry). And then one other, and one other, and one other. It would appear that violence and hatred are contagious and the situation of sufferer is a provocation for the remainder. Don't inform me it doesn't sound acquainted to you. From right here on, Castang merely lets himself go. The illness (let's name it that) spreads within the type of a pandemic and, little by little, what appeared like an orderly society in its privileges (that is vital, all the things occurs subsequent to our home), It finally ends up changing into what all the things transforms as quickly as public providers disappear. Welcome, to probably the most liberal of worlds.

The movie advances as a provocation as near comedy as it’s horror; as unreal as it’s fiercely believable; as loopy as this can be very logical. Not precisely a prophecy, however like one. In reality, it’s extra of a snapshot than a nasty omen. Vincent's world is that this one we step into. Denis Villeneuve not too long ago mentioned that implausible cinema serves to disclose our darkest shit. And abruptly he's proper.

Address: Stéphan Castang. Interpreters: Karim Leklou, Vimala Pons, François Chattot, Karoline Rose, Emmanuel Vérité. Duration: 115 minutes. Nationality: France.