Events over the course of one traumatic night in Paris unfold in reverse-chronological order as the beautiful Alex is brutally raped and beaten by a stranger in the underpass. Her boyfriend and ex-lover take matters into their own hands and subsequently seek revenge upon the assailant. A simultaneously beautiful and terrible examination of the destructive nature of cause and effect, and how time destroys everything.
An underachieving college student spends his days trying to enter the minds of others rather than studying, but when his hobby takes a strange turn, the wake of his actions proves dangerous for several unassuming lives.
Dante Kathlego is married to Alisha Kathlego. As a result of his poor health Dante loses his job. This causes some friction between husband and wife, but Alisha still decides to travel to Melbourne to promote Dantes new novel. Dantes health condition is so serious that he is unable to drive. Whilst his wife is away, Dante enlists the help of his best friend Mike to be his driver and companion. However, Mike is reckless. He is known to take risks and put himself, and others, in serious danger. Dante tries to educate Mike about the danger he puts himself in when he these risks, but Mike doesnt listen! Whilst in Melbourne, Alisha meets the rich, handsome and dangerous Nate (Scott Murphy). He convinces her to abandon her children and family. This choice begins a chain reaction of violence, death, heart break and trauma. No one is left unharmed by these irreversible choices.
When two different and distant galaxies collide, the result is always unpredictable. Two existences, those of Carlo and Marco, will change shape irreversibly.
Jihun has a good wife and a cute daughter. One day, his past lover Taeil appears and sees him enjoying a happy life with his family.
As the title reveals it, this film belongs to a larger multi media project imagined by the artist filmaker Maurice Lemaître, around the theme of the irreversible. Besides the requirement of shooting at the exhibition site of part two of the same project by Hélène Richol, I was free to respond to the concept as I felt it; and according to my usual way of working, I played with materiality of the original footage, manipulating it to its point of no return. By the same time I was also to turn over the meaning of the word, the irreversible became reversible through the flipping of the emulsion right to left, top to bottom, front to back.