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Exclusive NSFW clip from Vincent Cassel-starring Our Day Will Come shows that 'Girls just want to have fun'

10.18.2013by: Kevin Woods
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An official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, Romain Gavras' dizzying spiral into lunacy OUR DAY WILL COME will be hitting VOD on October 22, and to get you stoked about checking this Vincent Cassel-starring thriller out we have an EXCLUSIVE and very NSFW clip to share with you below.

In this hallucinatory thriller, two outcast redheads – a psychologist (Vincent Cassel) and a bullied teen (Olivier Barthélémy) - embark on a journey to Ireland. But what starts as a search for a more tolerant community soon descends into a rampage of violence and destruction for the ginger-haired duo.

The debut feature of Romain Gavras, director of Kanye West & Jay-Z's "No Church in the Wild" and the controversial M.I.A. music video "Born Free", OUR DAY WILL COME is a stylish, mind-twisting trip

The following NSFW clip proves that 'Girls just want to have fun'. And I had fun watching this clip!


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You can learn more about OUR DAY WILL COME by checking out Oscilloscope's site right HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Will you be checking out OUR DAY WILL COME on VOD next week?

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1:46PM on 10/18/2013

Saw it, good film but odd.

I saw this about 2, maybe 3 years ago as part of a festival, great film, Cassel is incredible and puts on a very funny but also brave and self-destructive performance and Olivier holds his own against him.

The film does take a surprisingly dark turn that you don't expect, I'm not sure how I felt about it but I seem to remember it taking something away from the film. I'll have to revisit it at some point. Still, if more people can see it then they definitely should.
I saw this about 2, maybe 3 years ago as part of a festival, great film, Cassel is incredible and puts on a very funny but also brave and self-destructive performance and Olivier holds his own against him.

The film does take a surprisingly dark turn that you don't expect, I'm not sure how I felt about it but I seem to remember it taking something away from the film. I'll have to revisit it at some point. Still, if more people can see it then they definitely should.
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