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New Netflix Film Features Stomach-Churning Sex Scene With Horrific Twist

Rhiannon Ingle

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New Netflix Film Features Stomach-Churning Sex Scene With Horrific Twist

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A new Netflix movie features the ‘wildest’ sex scene of the year - with a stomach-turning twist

Two (Dos in its native Spanish) follows a torturous storyline and an incredibly twisted sex scene all topped off with an even more disturbing family epiphany.

Without any hesitation or an easy introduction to the plot, the Spanish film immediately starts off with a particularly grim image.

The film shows a shot of two naked strangers waking up in a bed together upon realising that they have been horrifyingly sewn together at the abdomen.

Sara, played by Marina Gatell, and David, played by Pablo Derqui, wake up in a painful confusion where even the tiniest movement leads to excruciating pain for both parties.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

Despite the unusual situation the pair find themselves in, they somehow manage to have sex with each other.

Then, to make this extremely unsettling premise worse, they later realise they're long-lost conjoined twins.

Here's a link to the trailer - we've left it out since (as you can imagine) it's pretty graphic.

The Netflix thriller has since been likened to the sadistic Saw movies where the character Jigsaw inflicts twisted torture traps on his unassuming victims.

The movie hasn't gone down well at all with critics or viewers, with a 17 percent audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

One review from Decider read: "Two is a truly weird film full of gore, nudity, dark humor, and mystery, but it’s that sex scene will haunt me forever.

Credit: Netflix
Credit: Netflix

"It’s a bizarre scene because I guess it could have been fun and kinky - like, the idea of two people succumbing to desire in an intense torture situation has some inherent eroticism - but the incest and gory ending undo anything entertaining about it."

Meanwhile Movie Nation described the film as 'a dull, illogical thriller that’s an excruciating 71 minutes, and not excruciating in a good way, either'.

If you're absolutely sure you want to see it after reading this, the film Two is now available on Netflix to stream.

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film

Rhiannon Ingle
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