Abstract Mikita Brottman and David Sterritt: Irrééversible. This essay reviews Gaspar Noéé's controversial 2002 film Irrééversible, considering key philosophical and psychological issues it explores. The authors argue that the film's reverse chronology is not a mere gimmick but is essential to its structural complexity and indicative of apocalyptic implications that make it a provocative study of the nature of time.

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