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This thread is for disturbing, gruesome, banned, or otherwise strange movies, films, and animations!
After recently rewatching Midori Shoujo Tsubaki (1992), I have been on a hunt for strange and disturbing films. If you have any, please share! Feel free to write a description, post a screencap, and/or link to a version of the film so others can watch!
They do not neccesarily have to be foreign films or anime at all, anything goes, but I greatly appreciate animated films!
For those unaware, Shōjo Tsubaki, also known as 少女椿 in Japanese or The Camellia Girl, is a 1992 guro film from Japan. It follows a young girl who joins a circus after her mother's death and the horrors within it during early 20th century Japan. It was heavily censored and difficult to find for years due to its incredibly sensitive nature.
Personally, I thought the animation style was beautiful, if disturbing at times. Here is a link to it on YT with english subtitles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-kZB1OW1wM
I will post other disturbing films I have seen below if I can think of any.

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>>10339
Another film from Japan is the 1998 Studio Ghibli film, Grave of the Fireflies. It is a fairly well known film, especially within the Ghibli community and Japan.
The plot follows two young siblings as they try to survive in Japan during the last months of World War 2. It's frankly much more depressing than anything else, but suffering children is still quite disturbing. Some scenes from it will likely stay with me forever. I won't spoil anything in the rare case that someone has never heard of this movie.
Here is a link to it on YT with English subtitles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs88XQ7bxCU

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>>10339
Another movie I watched recently was Felidae, a German film from 1994.
It follows a murder mystery as a new cat in the neighborhood tries to figure out who's been killing local cats. It's not that disturbing relatively, but there are some rather odd scenes including a cat sex scene that burned itself into my eyes and many animated cat deaths/violence.
Here is a link to one with English subtitles but in German: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oAI33tkxFI
Here is a link to a fully subbed English version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vJQxVfjt8g
>If you haven't noticed, I have a thing for foreign animated movies

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>>10341
Another cat-themed film is the infamous 1972 Fritz the Cat. It deserves to be here not because its especially violent or gruesome, more so because its a furry's wet fever dream of a mess.
This film is a satirical take on the 70s college lifestyle and the current state of the US back then, which it depicts as crudely as physically possible. It's pretty funny if you can get past how uncomfortable a cat having sex with a crow is.
I have no link as I saw it some time ago, but its truly not hard to find with a bit of searching.

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>>10339
A film I'm sure we have all heard of and probably haven't seen(at least I would hope so). Supposedly the film was meant to be a message to say "don't exploit children for sex stuff" but the film itself ended up exploiting children for sex stuff, weither that was the intention or not, I don't know, it could be but I simply don't have the answers. As you would expect it became very controversial with people describing many scenes as needlessly raunchy and or disturbing, but like everything controversial there will always be people on the other side of the argument. Many people flocked to say it's the right wings attempt at rocking a black directors boat or that people simply just misinterpreted the film and that it's actually okay to use this to make a message, unfortunately it still remains on Netflix and can be watched with no removal of the film in sight. Certainly a landmark of film production going *ahem* certain places.



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