Shame (2011)

“Shame” is a 2011 psychological drama film directed by Steve McQueen and starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan. The film tells the story of Brandon Sullivan, a successful and attractive man living in New York City, who is struggling with sex addiction.

Brandon’s life is thrown into disarray when his younger sister, Sissy, comes to stay with him. Sissy is a singer and has a tumultuous past with Brandon, and her presence in his life triggers a series of events that force him to confront his addiction and his past.

The film explores themes of addiction, shame, and the struggle for human connection in a modern world where technology and isolation can be both liberating and destructive. “Shame” received critical acclaim for its performances, direction, and cinematography, and was praised for its unflinching portrayal of addiction and its effects on the human psyche.

Duration: 101 min.

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