Director Gaspar Nóe dropped the brutal film Irréversible (2002) on unsuspecting audiences at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival and caused an uproar with its controversial violent sex and murder scenes. The film is told in reverse, starting with a murder scene and working backwards to show why the murder happened. Vincent Cassell stars opposite his real-life woman, Monica Belluci, and the two have some great moments in the sack together.
There are two explicit nude scenes where Cassell bares all. The final one last for a skinsational fifteen minutes and shows va-va-Vincent from every angle. His slim, toned body bounces atop his lady giving us full access to his shapely rear. His front side gets exposed too and his attractive appendage is a stunner. Nothing is hidden and the effect is irreversible.