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Compliance: Most Disturbing Movie Ever?

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Published on Aug 18, 2012

"Halfway through a special screening of "Compliance," the deeply unsettling new film from writer/director Craig Zobel, a woman stood up, yelled out, "Give me a f*cking break," and walked out of the theater. As the film progressed, other women joined her. At least eight by one count, although in the question-and-answer session following the film, someone suggested that actually 10 had left during the screening...".* Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks.

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Comments • 2,354

Fructus Dea
This totally reminds me of a high school I went to in the 10th grade... the year before a boy in the 9th grade told the gym teacher that he had $90 stolen from him. The gym teacher and the principal then proceeded to strip search the boys in the gym class. Some of the boys walked out, but not all. No police were involved until the aftermath of the incident took place... All of the staff involved were fired, and it was all over the newspapers. Oh yeah, and turns out the kid just left his money at home or something like that...
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NunyJr
The only "disturbing" thing about this movie is that the co-workers/managers were so gullible.
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silveryblizzard
what kind of idiot takes orders like that over a phone without confirming the person is a police officer?
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Jesse Long
This actually happen to a women that worked at Mcdonalds, which is probably where they got the concept. They made her get naked, perform sexual acts and they completely messed up her mind. She sued McDonalds for 200 million and received over 6 million from it. In my opinion 6 million wasn't enough. She'll be scarred for life.
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Priscila lzo
To the people compering this film to "a serbian film"...know the difference between disturbing and plainly gross and nonsense. Compliance is very very disturbing because, indeed, it happened for real.
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April Lear
Never pretend you know exactly what you would do in in a situation if you didn't live it personally and with no warning. Every single day almost every single person does something to conform and fit in w their peers without even realizing it.
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Tayy221
If you think that's disturbing then don't see "The Serbian Film". The average person can't handle that movie
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Meggy McKechnie
Never seen this film but I bet my left arm that 'A Serbian Film' is more, if not just as disturbing. 
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Reminiscable
People with autism have higher resistance to mindless mob mentality/second-guessing. Woot!
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Christine Mancuso
There was a recent story about another "Nazi Camp Guard' being deported to Germany to face trial ..  He was 89 in 2014, which would have made him 19 years old in 1944 when he was alleged to have been stationed at Bergen Belsan (sic) ... The story was run on CNN website and the comments were to the effect that this guy deserved everything he has coming and more... Some believed he should be incarcerated till death... others wanted to see him dead,ect ...   What i find very interesting about these peoples reaction is the fact the the results of the Milgram Experiment show that the vast majority of otherwise normal decent people will perform cruel acts of torture if instructed to do so by an authority figure... In fact, the experiment's initial point was to illustrate how otherwise normal people were able to participate in Concentration Camps as Guards, Sentries, Doctors, ect, ect....  Its kind of scary how people can be so judgmental of others when its a proven experiment that they would most likely do and perform these very same horrible acts if instructed to do so by Authority...   In fact this same phenomenon can be illustrated simply by observing how, just being hired by the TSA or Law Enforcement, makes otherwise normal people act like your run of the mill Fascist....
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