The Book of Revelation (2006)
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The Book of Revelation is a 2006 Australian film directed by Ana Kokkinos, which she adapted with Andrew Bovell to screen from the novel by Rupert Thomson. It was produced by Al Clark, with original music by Cezary Skubiszewski. The movie was unique for its detailed visuals of a non statutory female on male rape.
Daniel (Tom Long), a charismatic dancer, is drugged and abducted in an alley by three hooded women. They proceed to torture and rape him in an abandoned warehouse for about two weeks, before they take him in their car and dump him out.
When he is left to return to his normal life, he loses his ability to dance and has problems relating with his environment. To reclaim his identity, he seeks revenge. He does so by hitting on every woman who responds to him hoping his abductors would be among them.
The film was nominated for Best Screenplay – Adapted, Best Original Music Score and Best Costume Design awards at the Australian Film Institute in 2006. It won the Best Music Score (Cezary Skubiszewski) at the Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards, where it was nominated for four more awards.
Director: Ana Kokkinos
Writers: Rupert Thomson (novel),Ana Kokkinos (screenplay) …
Release Date: 7 September 2006 (Australia)
Genre: Drama / Music / Mystery / Romance / Thriller
Plot Keywords: Non Statutory Female On Male Anal Rape / Masturbation Scene / Shirtless Male Bondage / Dance Team / Train Ride
Awards: 1 win & 7 nominations
User Comments: This film left me thinking, confused, but entertained and challenged.
Tom Long … Daniel
Greta Scacchi … Isabel
Colin Friels … Olsen
Deborah Mailman … Julie
Zoe Coyle … Renate
Nadine Garner … Margot
Olivia Pigeot … Bernadette
Ana Maria Belo … Sally
Belinda McClory … Jeanette
Sibylla Budd … Deborah
Genevičve Picot … Barmaid
Nina Liu … Vivian
Brian Lipson … James
Damien Fotiou … Shopkeeper
Marty Fields … Charging Officer
Runtime: Canada:119 min (Toronto International Film Festival)