Gaspar Noé Talks Maturing For ‘Vortex,’ Old Age & Split-Screens [Interview]

Gaspar Noé Talks Maturing For ‘Vortex,’ Old Age & Split-Screens [Interview]
The cinema of filmmaker Gaspar Noé tends to skew toward the younger, stickier parts of life. Since the name-making controversy of his second feature, “Irreversible” (2002), the Argentinian filmmaker has become synonymous with a world of parties, loud music, drug-taking, and sex. For his seventh film, “Vortex,” we find Noé in a more sober and somber mood. Starring Françoise Lebrun and Italian giallo auteur Dario Argento, and shot almost entirely in split-screen, “Vortex” tells the story of a woman in the late throes of dementia, living in a densely cultivated Parisian apartment with her husband, who is a film critic.

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