Fincina Hopgood looks at the polarised reactions of critics and audiences to Jane Campion's 'In the Cut' (2003) and examines how the film succeeds as an erotic thriller, a murder mystery and a love story. 'In the Cut is a film about passion and hatred which, in turn, like Campion's earlier work, inspires passion and hatred. It confirms Campion's reputation as one of the most debated auteurs of the last decade.'
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