First Raunchy Poster Debuts for Gaspar Noé's New Sex Project 'Love'
by Alex Billington
November 4, 2014
Oh boy, what will Lars von Trier say about this? A promotional poster has debuted online for a project in the works by controversial Argentinian director Gaspar Noé, who last challenged audiences with the ambitious film Enter the Void. This time he's going all out sex, in a film called Love that seems to be inspired by Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac meets Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color. Described as a "sexual melodrama" about a boy, and two girls, the film "celebrates sex in a joyous way." But of course, it shouldn't be celebrated any other way! It's a very enticing, raunchy design, I wouldn't expect anything less from Noé.
Here's the almost NSFW poster for Gaspar Noé's Love, which almost sort of debuted out of nowhere today:
The one-line synopsis for the project is: "A sexual melodrama about a boy and a girl and another girl. It's a love story, which celebrates sex in a joyous way." Love is in pre-production from Argentinian writer/director Gaspar Noé, of the very unique films I Stand Alone, Irréversible and Enter the Void previously. Wild Bunch is currently developing and first announced the film at the Cannes Market this year, with this extra quote: "Gaspar feels that most films that touch on sex in traditional cinema are dark and dramatic, this will be really joyous… He says it's a film that will give guys 'a hard-on and make girls cry'." Sounds like he's giving Lars von Trier a run for his money. Stay tuned for additional updates, if you're interested, from here.