Gaspar Noé‘s very explicit 3D “Love” is undressing itself in arthouses around the country, and the director has been busy chatting with press (read our talk with him right here). However, the folks over at The Criterion Collection managed to allow the filmmaker to fulfill every cinephiles dream —walk into their closet full of releases and walk out with whatever he wanted.
It’s probably not a surprise that Noé pivots toward genre fare, so sorry, no Wes Anderson titles will be found in his hands. Rather, he eyes Pier Paolo Pasolini‘s “Salo,” Paul Schrader‘s “Mishima,” the thriller “The Naked Prey,” and shares his penchant for Japanese cinema. So take a few minutes and see Noé flip through Criterion titles below.