French female director Julia Ducournau won the Cannes Director’s Biweekly Film Critics Award for “Raw” in 2016. The film attracted attention through controversial topics. Five years later, the 38-year-old director brought his new film “Titane” into the main competition unit of Cannes.
Recently, “Titane” has been revealed, and although the plot is confusing, the picture is still vigorous.
The official plot of “Titane” is actually the definition of titanium: Titanium, a metal with high heat and corrosion resistance, and an alloy with high tensile strength, is often used in medical prostheses due to its remarkable biocompatibility.