Man Bites Dog (1992, Directed by Rémy Belvaux) Synopsis: A inveterate criminal waxes philosophical as a camera crew documents him killing, raping, and robbing his victims. Why This Film Was Chosen: Its perfect mixture of sophistication and vileness is something that will likely never be matched by any other film. Key Disturbing Moment: After being booted from a bar, the criminal and the camera crew perform a home invasion that sees them all sexually assaulting a woman while her partner watches them do so at gunpoint. vs. Bully (2001, Directed by Larry Clark) Synopsis: A fictional account of Marty Puccio and the murder of Bobby Kent in Hollywood, Florida. Why This Film Was Chosen: No other film comes close to showing what the youth of America's working class/lower-middle class is really up to. Key Disturbing Moment: The awkward, overlong, and brutal murder of Bobby Kent.