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Nesakyk tėčiui.

Set in 1996, and inspired by true events, the film deliriously depicts the madness that envelops a dance troupe's post-rehearsal party after a communal punchbowl of sangria is spiked with LSD. As each dancer's psyche begins to disintegrate, a creeping paranoia gives rise to deep-seated prejudices within the group that eventually explode into outright pandemonium.


Cannes Film Fetival – C.I.C.A.E. Award (Directors‘ Fortnight)

Gaspar Noé

Gaspar Noé studied cinema at Paris's L'École nationale supérieure Louis- Lumière. His short "Carne" (1991) and his first feature, "I Stand Alone" (1998), both won Critics' Week Awards at Cannes. "Climax" (2018) is his latest film.