The mother is a heroin user and sex worker, beaten by her son. The father, an ex-TV reporter, sleeps with his daughter and films his son being beaten up. Into this dysfunctional family walks ‘Q’, a complete stranger, changing their lives for the better, finding a balance in their disturbing natures.
You never know what to expect from Japanese maverick Takashi Miike, who’s known for Ichi the Killer but also makes kids movies, period films, CGI epics, and more. “Wild” doesn’t even come close to describing this retelling of Pasolini’s Teorema, a scandalous attack on the family institution. Beware.
There's an ambient sound of wind howling through the film,like it were casually flying through empty doorways.The year is 2001 and we all know that's when the world ended, with "bullying" & "handycams" -in the initial sex scene both have them: absence. It's this sort of hit on the head back to nature/nurture that we still talk about today. Can perversity reach so far that it goes full circle back into true plenitude?
clever, sick, disgusting, filthy, shocking, putrid, breast juices, comical, vomit inducing, satirical, brutal, necrophelia, violent, and a completely tasteless piece of shit made to look like a film. GREAT JOB!!!