Some have speculated that the “Mr. Creosote Scene” from Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life (see below) is the most revolting in 20th century cinema. Having recently seen Trainspotting (1996) for the first time, I have to say it’s a serious contender; I find it far, far more revolting than Mr. Creosote.
- If you haven’t seen the movie and you’re a fan of Ewan McGregor, you might want to skip this clip.
- If you’re incapable of clinical detachment, and tend to retch when seeing revolting things, you should probably skip it.
- If you watch it, and it severely grosses you out or ruins your dinner…well, I warned you.
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The following scene is not for those with weak constitutions.
Wikipedia has this to say about it:
It has been suggested that the scene is one of the most repulsive in twentieth-century cinema. Director Quentin Tarantino has confessed to being nauseated by this scene, but critics with stronger stomachs have praised its dark humour. (Leonard Maltin noted it as “an unforgettable scene, like it or not.”) It was filmed in the Porchester Centre, a public building owned by the City of Westminster on Porchester Road, London.
FYI, Mr. Creosote is played by Terry Jones.
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