Trouble Every Day

Trouble Every Day

Directed by Claire Denis

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American newlyweds Shane (Vincent Gallo) and June Brown (Tricia Vessey) honeymoon to Paris. Once there, Shane secretly begins a search for his former colleague, Leo, who might be in possession of a cure to a tropical virus that has transformed both Shane, and Leo's wife, Core, into ravenous sexual cannibals. Shane meets Leo's wife and triggers an event so cataclysmic it might just lead him to rediscover the peace he seeks to restore his marriage.

A man and a woman, transformed into ravenous sexual cannibals. An American newlywed in Paris searches for the cure, and peace, in Claire Denis' art-horror masterpiece.

Cast: Vincent Gallo, Béatrice Dalle, Tricia Vessey, Alex Descas

Member Reviews

Remains one of the best Horror films of the 21st century. Full stop. Claire Denis is a filmmaker with an incredible amount of success to her name, so it’s easy to overlook this precursor to what would eventually become the era of New French Extremity. However, as great as some of those New French Extremity films are, “Trouble Every Day” still towers over the best of them – due in large part to Denis’ boundary-smashing atmospherics, cinematography, and hypnotic editing. (Those who cry foul over this film being, “slow,” or, “boring,” are obviously not in search of anything original, special, or game-changing…which is unfortunate, and those kinds of viewers have been holding the Horror genre back for decades, unfortunately).

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1 day ago

it's a great one!

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1 day ago

I haven’t watched this yet but looking through the reviews I checked the trailer . I Immediately became aware that Vincent Gallo is in this . Although he has become an asshole in his recent days I still very much like him as an actor . None of the reviews even so much as mention him . Wtf people ?

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1 month ago

Claire Denis you've done it again! Jesus what a film. I don't even know what to say, I'm speechless. I'm no stranger to French cinema or Denis's films but man were parts of that tough to watch. Great plot, great pacing, incredible acting, directing, sound design, cinematography. A beautiful, erotic, disturbing, horrific film. This movie must have influenced Under the Skin, no? 5 skulls, incredible.

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3 months ago

A new favourite.

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3 months ago