This story begins with more horror and music that looks different, as that story tells about a group of young men and women living in a terrifying position. The story begins when French dancers are in a remote empty school building, began their training on a winter night and were supposed to celebrate all night long. But the celebration turns into a hallucinatory nightmare when they learn from Sangria mixed with LSD.
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Critics Of "Climax"
December 07, 2018 For those willing to risk a close encounter with this maverick, there are undoubtedly rewards to be found in Climax.Read in Source
The Straits Times (Singapore)
January 04, 2019 Like his dancers, Noe has locked the viewer in, and there is no way out.Read in Source
December 07, 2018 Climax is a self-indulgent exercise in misery, and an impersonal one because it is so heavily governed by its filmic techniques. The Emperor has no clothes while tripping on LSD.Read in Source
May 14, 2018 Climax isn't so much about the inevitability of chaos, but about the sadness of watching something beautiful fall apart. And it is never less than electrifying.Read in Source
May 14, 2018 Even with its morbid finale, Climax implies that the dangerous party's never really over, and the dance never really ends.Read in Source
May 14, 2018 Noe has made a film that's seductive in its rhythms and bold visualization of his young dancers' sometimes beautiful, other times brutal somatic expressiveness.Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
December 10, 2018 Consumed by the urge to shock, he lays on so much gratuitous nonsense in his lead-up to the hyperkinetic climax that the actors themselves seem unconvinced by what they're called upon to do and the whole thing collapses into absurdity and tedium.Read in Source
May 14, 2018 More brilliantly deranged, in its microscopic vision of society in collapse, than anything the director has ever inflicted on us.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
September 05, 2018 Typically, the results are not nearly as originally dreaded, because no matter how far Noé's films can go off the rails -- some of us are still not over the final few minutes of Enter the Void -- they are always at the very least interesting to consume.Read in Source
May 14, 2018 "Climax" works, at least when it's willing to be a human drama. But then it sinks in that you're watching "Fame" directed by the Marquis de Sade with a Steadicam.Read in Source
December 09, 2018 It's often an overwhelming experience, but it is one that is never exhausting.Read in Source
The AU Review
January 17, 2019 Climax is an orgy of youthful enthusiasm, beautifully humanistic repugnance, compellingly animalistic repulsion, dazzlingly choreographed exhilaration and assuredly controlled grace; all soaked in hallucinogen-spiked sangria.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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