The Belgian director ends a cycle with his latest film in which a young, mysterious woman enters the lives of a quiet couple. The opportunity to look back on his career as a filmmaker: his choice of 16 mm, his collaboration with Benoît Poelvoorde and, above all, the rage that characterizes his work. “Me, he says, I do not make a cinema of digestion. »
Fabrice Du Welz was a warrior monk. His new film “Inexorable”, which will be released in cinemas on Wednesday, April 6, plunges into darkness and terror for the human soul during a complete nightmare. This young woman insinuates her self into a calm couple, and makes them implode an angel, or a mad escapee from a asylum.