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FLAC floating Beauty - Irréversible - an audio reinterpretation of the film by Gaspar Noé.

floating Beauty
Irréversible - an audio reinterpretation of the film by Gaspar Noé.
28 Apr 2010
The Black Record Company
TBRC 003
Experimental, Sound Art, Soundtrack
MP3 archive size:
2988 mb
FLAC archive size:
1095 mb


2Le Passage
3Le Temps Détruit Tout
4Frénésie Meurtiére
7Source De Vie
8Par Vengeance
9El Tenia


  • Composed ByThomas Bangalter
  • Composed By, Mastered By, Photography By, Artwork By, ProducerLobo Panic
  • Film DirectorGaspar Noé


written and recorded at klangewalt july 2008.
mixed at klangrefugium april 2010.
remastered at the panic cabin dec 2014.

this production contains re-recorded, manipulated and destroyed
parts taken from the original audio track of the film :

"Irréversible" by Gaspar Noé.

> Rossignon / Nord - Ouest Production
> Grandpierre / Eskwad

Co - Production
> Chioua / Studiocanal
> Cassel / 120 Films
> Noe / Le Cinemas De La Zone

> Canal +
> Ventes Internationales
> Marval / Wild Bunch
> De La Mata

Monica Bellucci - Vincent Cassel - Albert Dupontel - Jo Prestia

Original Soundtrack by Thomas Bangalter.



Irréversible French pronunciation: is a 2002 French experimental psychological thriller drama film, written and directed by Gaspar Noé and starring Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, and Albert Dupontel. The film employs a reverse chronology and follows two men through the streets of Paris as they seek to avenge a brutally raped girlfriend. Much of the film's soundtrack was composed by Thomas Bangalter, one half of the electronic music duo Daft Punk. Directed by Gaspar Noé. With Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, Albert Dupontel, Jo Prestia. Events over the course of one traumatic night in Paris unfold in reverse-chronological order as the beautiful Alex is brutally raped and beaten by a stranger in the underpass. Director: Gaspar Noé. Stars: Sofia Boutella, Romain Guillermic, Souheila Yacoub. Next . I'd call Irréversible a successful combination of ancient, rough exploitation and modern art-house film-making. The brutality portrayed here is typical for the euro-shock cinema but the stylish shooting lifts it up to Cannes Festival material. Cult as pure as it comes . Gaspar Noé is the Picasso of Film Clap your hands together for the incredible performances given by Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, and Albert Dupontel Love it or hate I think there is one thing everyone can agree upon, besides it being highly controversial, it was also a groundbreaking film in many different ways A truly haunting film Review by DirkH 24. Its masterful how seamlessly the director leads us from madness to serenity over the course of the film, because it starts out like an acid trip gone bad but ends like a sunny, wholesome day at the park. Review by Daniela. Irreversible is a movie so violent and cruel that most people will find it unwatchable. By placing the ugliness at the beginning, Gaspar Noe forces us to think seriously about the sexual violence involved. The movie does not end with rape as its climax and send us out of the theater as if something had been communicated. It starts with it, and asks us to sit there for another hour and process our thoughts. It is therefore moral - at a structural level. Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from 1967 until his death in 2013. In 1975, he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism. Now playing. Buy it about Irreversible by Gaspar Noe and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Let us know what you think of the website. Leave detailed plot analysis and explanation of the ending of the French film Irreversible. Though the film is in reverse order, well go through it linearly. This article is about the French film directed by Gaspar Noé which stars Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, Albert Dupontel and Jo Prestia in the lead roles. The movie runs backwards reminiscent of Nolans Memento. But other than that there is nothing similar between these two directors. Heres the explanation of Irreversible in chronological order of events, spoilers ahead. Plot Explanation. I think it makes sense to walk through the plot in the chronological order of events. Controversial film by Gaspar Noe. Story takes place in reverse order, essentially starting with the end results of what turn out to be several unintended but bad decisions made by the principals. However, as a story of unintended consequences go, the story is interesting. From the off, Irreversible is almost unbearable - a violent introduction leads in to one of the finest and most disturbing films I have ever seen. Controversial Yes. Cannes Film Review: Love. Who would have thought that this sexually explicit 3D opus would ultimately prove to be Noes tamest film By Peter Debruge. Peter Debruge. Given the escalating ambition of Noes oeuvre and the pornographic promo materials teased in advance of the pics Cannes premiere, who would have thought that Love would ultimately prove to be Noes tamest film Like last years Nymphomaniac, this shocker is bound to test tolerance levels in every market it enters, further eroding the lingering Puritanism that exists toward onscreen depictions of passion. A lonely figure made of balloons struggles to make a connection in the city. FLOATING has just been named one of the best shorts of 2014 on the Viewfinder list Thank you to everyone for watching and sharing Each year, the Viewfinder list polls Hollywood execs, producers and creatives to find the list of most oft-mentioned short films, commercials and music vids. Those areas have traditionally been wel