Discomfort in the cinema has become the personal hallmark of some filmmakers, from Michael Haneke to Yorgos Lanthimos, and its use and abuse is not (not always) arbitrary. These films speak of very diverse realities, either explicitly or allegorically, and if we manage to scratch well in their provocations we will find reflections still necessary in our contemporary society. You are warned: they are crude and unpleasant. Although … is not it always the truth?

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