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|Directed by||Kim Chapiron|
|Written by||Christian Chapiron
Nico Le Phat Tan
|Distributed by||120 Films|
|Release date(s)||1 February 2006|
|Running time||94 min.|
Sheitan ("devil" in Arabic) is a 2006 French horror/erotic comedy film. It was directed by first time director Kim Chapiron, and written by Kim and Christian Chapiron. It stars and was co-produced by Vincent Cassel. His wife Monica Bellucci also makes a cameo appearance in the film.
On Christmas Eve, a group of friends are led by a girl (Roxane Mesquida) they met at the Styxx Club, in Paris, to her house in the country. There, they are introduced to the eccentric housekeeper Joseph who has something sinister planned for them.
Ratings and Controversy
When released, the movie was given an "Interdit aux moins de 16 ans" (16+) rating in France due to its inconsistent yet occasionally shocking scenes involving sex (with full nudity), violence, with some sudden shocking gruesome and disturbing images, particularly during the final 10 minutes. The movie was not rated by the MPAA, but would have most likely have been a strong R, perhaps even an NC-17. It was released as "unrated" instead.
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