Shame by Michael Fassbender

When acclaimed Michael Fassbender performed for Steve McQueen’s debut “Hunger”, he embodied a guy, that hungers to death. In “Shame”, the director’s second film, Fassbender is again the body centers of the plot, but this time it’s because of his character’s sex addiction. The good thing about “Shame” is, that Fassbender plays is convincing and the cinematic arrangement is without a doubt great – the quite skeptical part is that Steve McQueen doesn’t find particular thoughts about his topic, maybe that’s why we perceive so much silence during the movie. However: All in all, “Shame” is a worth seeing movie that shows us a sad but realistic slice of our modern individualistic society as much as my second suggestion.