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"I don't want to think about myself that much.The guys who do it are like, ' Oh, it's been two hours, I have to eat yams.It shows how this assault began seconds before, with the near-sonic crash of a heavy object shattering a glass door.The door gives way to a garden apartment in a gated community.The dream and the event that inspired it, took place several centuries after chivalry’s cult of the virgin tied sexual congress to the imperative of love. By virtue of a black screen and a camera poised behind the victim’s head, it is as if, with eyes closed against inadmissible shock, you, the viewer, are being raped.In “Elle,” director Paul Verhoeven tunnels full bore into the dark place where sex has less to do with love, and more with conquest, power, violence, chastisement, suffering, and guilt. When enough is too much, the camera shuttles you back into context. This time, however, he opens up about a premarital conquest. A., Armie admits he dated a few unpredictable women. You don't have any.' And then she tried to stab me with a butcher knife. "I'm not crazy about taking my shirt off for a movie."One chick tried to stab me when we were having sex," the Social Network star reveals. Right now, that's the thing: you have a young, handsome actor, you take his shirt off and you put him in front of the camera.
I once had a (Caucasian) roommate, who while offering up the details of her deflowering, reported that afterwards she dreamed that six Latino men dressed in sarapes and sombreros, ritualistically tethered her to a wooden cross to punish her for her sin.But in “Elle,” that is precisely what the rape victim does. If yuppies were perpetually asking themselves and each other, “Are we having fun yet?” Verhoeven is posing the same question but in different terms: “Does it hurt yet?But the woman, Michele Leblanc (Isabelle Huppert) we later learn is her name, catches her breath once her assailant has fled.She sweeps up the broken glass (with her heels still on), makes herself a bath and calmly orders in sushi before a visit from her son, Vincent (Jonas Bloquet).