Original title: Titane
Duration: 1h 48min
Vote average: 6
Vote count: 228
Production: Kazak Productions
Original language: fr
Release date: 2021-07-14
Revenue: $ 3000000
Director: Julia Ducournau
Actors: Agathe Rousselle, Garance Marillier, Vincent Lindon
DVD Covers, 2021, Custom Covers, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Titane 2021 DVD Cover – Summary
Titane 2021 DVD Cover. A woman with a metal plate in her head from a childhood car accident embarks on a bizarre journey, bringing her into contact with a firefighter who’s reunited with his missing son after 10 years.
Titane 2021 DVD Cover – Synopsis
During a trip, a small toddler named Alexia is seen bothering her father. Her father turns around to admonish her as she removes her seatbelt, triggering an automobile accident. Alexia suffers a catastrophic head injury and requires a metal plate to be implanted in her skull. When she gets out of the hospital, she shuns her parents in favor of a passionate embrace with their automobile.
Years later, Alexia works as a sexed-up showgirl at a motor show as an adult with a large scar on the side of her head. Justine, one of her coworkers, flirts with her while she’s there. A male admirer chases Alexia in the showroom parking lot after a show, declares his love for her, and forcibly kisses her; she then brutally murders him with her massive hairpin. Alexia hears a banging coming from the showroom as she returns to shower after cleaning the man’s drool off her. She comes in naked after seeing the automobile she modeled with earlier. She reaches a climax as she rubs herself inside the car, which appears to turn on by itself.
Alexia is found to be a serial killer who has killed a number of men and women in the last few months. She continues to live with her parents, who appear to be unaware of her involvement in the atrocities and with whom she has a strained relationship.
Alexia eventually discovers that she is pregnant. She tries but fails to perform an abortion with her hairpin.
After, Alexia is shown having sex with Justine at a house party. She kills her in the middle of the deed and then goes on to murder the other guests. A woman, on the other hand, is allowed to flee. Alexia returns home and starts a fire in her house before locking her parents in their bedroom. Alexia alters her appearance to avoid being arrested for murder by cutting her hair, taping down her breasts and tummy, and shattering her own nose. She then goes to the police station and pretends to be Adrien, a seven-year-old boy who has been missing for ten years.
Vincent, Adrien’s father, recognizes Alexia as his lost son and refuses to have a DNA test done.
Vincent, a fire captain, invites Alexia to his home and workstation, where he introduces her to his team. The firefighters are perplexed by “Adrien,” who is mute, androgynous, and visibly distraught, but they do not question their captain’s actions. Alexia joins the station as an apprentice, working under Vincent’s supervision. One firefighter challenges Vincent about “Adrien’s” identity as he gives his “child” more responsibilities than the other veteran firefighters. Vincent, on the other hand, quickly shuts him down and tells him never to mention his son again.
Vincent is a disturbed guy who attempts to maintain his strength by injecting steroids into his muscular, aging body, but he discovers that he is becoming immune to them. Alexia is becoming irritated with his possessiveness and is considering leaving the firehouse. She chooses to stay with Vincent when he nearly overdoses on his steroids.
Vincent’s long-estranged ex-wife arrives to visit her “child,” but she quickly discovers a hugely pregnant Alexia who is not restrained. Despite this, she maintains the secret to herself, not wanting to disrupt her ex-hallucination. husband’s After Alexia showers, Vincent unintentionally exposes her breasts. Despite this, he covers her back and assures her that he would continue to look after her.
Alexia’s body steadily degrades, with tears in her stomach skin revealing new metal plates, and her breasts and vagina secreting what appears to be motor oil. Alexia finally tells Vincent her real name as her pregnancy progresses. On Alexia’s final push, the titanium side of her skull bursts through, allowing Vincent to assist her in giving birth. Vincent cries as he holds the baby, whose spine appears to be made of metal, and repeats, “I’m here.”
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