Baise-moi - Fick mich | Despentes, Virginie, Krolak, Kerstin, Schwarzer, Jochen | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und. Bücher bei Weltbild: Jetzt Baise-moi von Virginie Despentes versandkostenfrei online kaufen & per Rechnung bezahlen bei Weltbild, Ihrem Bücher-Spezialisten! Baise-moi (Fick mich!) ist ein französischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Virginie Despentes, von der auch die in deutscher Übersetzung unter dem.
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Jump to: Actress Self Archive footage. Self as Karen Bach. Related Videos. Alternate Names: Karen Bach Karen D. Karen Lacombe Karen Lacome Karen Lacoume Karen Lancom Carene Lancome Karen Lancoume Karen Laucoume Angel Paris.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia: Her father was French, her mother Moroccan. Star Sign: Capricorn. Le Monde , for instance, called it a "sick film". Time magazine bucked the trend by saying: "Virginie Despentes and Coralie Trinh Thi's festival sensation is stark, serious and original.
And as one of the amoral avengers, Raffaela Anderson has true star quality — part seraph, all slut. In its home country, the film was initially released with a 16 rating, given by a ministerial commission.
It was the first film to be banned in France for 28 years. The Conseil later re-classified the film with an X certificate, a category usually reserved for pornographic movies.
Minister for Culture Catherine Tasca ended the debate by re-introducing an 18 certificate without the X classification, allowing the film to be re-released in mainstream theatres.
In Australia, the film was initially passed for viewing at the highest possible R18 rating in a 6—5 vote by the country's Classification Board in October However the Attorney-General invoked his powers under the Classification Act to have the board's decision reviewed.
The Classification Review Board a separate entity to the Classification Board ruled in May that the film contains "explicit, offensive and graphic depictions of sexual violence, assault and violence with an impact that is very high" and "dangerous to the community," resulting in the film being banned with a "Refused Classification" rating.
It was later revealed that 50, people had seen the film before the ban, but according to Des Clark, director of the Office of Film and Literature Classification, just "one or two" of those had complained about the film.
Most complainants, he explained, had not seen the film. An appeal of the review board's verdict failed. Despite an edited screening of the film airing on the pay World Movies channel later the same month, the film was re-banned in August In Canada , the film was banned in Ontario, initially because it was deemed too pornographic.
The producers asked for a pornographic rating, only for it to be banned because there was too much violence for a pornographic film.
A second review in passed the film with an R rating. It did, however, provoke a violent reaction from one Montreal moviegoer, who broke into the projection booth and stole the print, ending the screening.
In the United Kingdom, the film was released with an 18 certificate for its cinema release after the cut of a ten-second scene showing a close-up of a penis entering a vagina during a rape, which the Board ruled eroticized sexual assault.
The film was one of the first to show an erect penis, and the first to combine it with scenes of violence. London Underground banned the display of the film's advertising poster because of fears that its title would offend French-speakers using its network.
In , the film was passed uncut with the 18 certificate intact. In the United States , the film was marketed under the names Kiss Me and Rape Me and released without a classification from the Motion Picture Association of America.
It screened only at a small number of cinemas almost all of them in arthouse cinemas in the major cities. The film also performed quite poorly in Germany.
Although it was released in its unedited version, it didn't cause much of a controversy in the media. It received an R18 rating in cinemas in New Zealand, and was banned from video release there, following an injunction filed by the Society for the Promotion of Community Standards.
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Rate This. Two young women, marginalised by society, go on a destructive tour of sex and violence. Breaking norms and killing men - and shattering the complacency of polite cinema audiences.
Directors: Virginie Despentes , Coralie co-director as Coralie Trinh Thi. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist.
From metacritic.Original Score: 3. However, last Wine Country, I heard on the radio, while listening to a variety program which deals with music Debra Messing Tot movies, that on January 28th, Karen Lancaume aka Karen Bach, "Nadine", one of the two main characters of this movie, took her own life at age All Harry Potter Movies Ranked Worst to Best by Tomatometer.