Commenting on the controversy surrounding his film to IndieLondon, director Laugier said he felt "insulted" by many critics' misinterpretations of Martyrs. Still, films of the New French Extremity do not appear to reflect a unified social or political platform. The body is meant to be examined, explicitly and externally, to deepen our understanding of our own humanity Anton Bitel of Britain's Film4 praised the film, saying it "eludes the 'torture porn' label precisely by questioning what those terms might mean, what appeal they might possibly have, and what questions - fundamental, even metaphysical questions - they might answer". I mean, the pain we all feel on an everyday basis - in a symbolic way. While films associated with the New French Extremity are unified by their transgressive content, critics and scholars have also highlighted their tendency to incorporate social and political themes. The Split Screen Part 1 of 3. Laugier does, however, acknowledge the existence of a broader wave of new European horror.
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