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Gaspar Noe

Gaspar Noé (1963) is an Argentinian-born French filmmaker, best known for the 2002 highly controversial film Irreversible. Noé is often praised for experimental formal approach and preference for provocative and philosophical topics. Citing the works of Stanley Kubrick and Gerald Kargl as major influences, he is often aligned with the taboo-breaking New French Extremity breed of filmmakers, a generation of creators fascinated with the dark and violent underbelly of society.