I recently saw "The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo" a Swedish murder mystery film,which I enjoyed greatly. It does feature a particularly violent scene in which the title character is attacked,handcuffed to a bed,and mercilessly raped.That scene is followed by one where she delivers some well-earned retaliation and blackmail upon her attacker,and that's just a subplot. That said,I've read news about Alex Reid's first feature film,titled "Killer B####",which has drawn a huge amount of controversy.Several groups in the UK have tried to have it banned from the theaters,not simply because of its title,but because it graphically depicts a woman being raped,I believe by Reid's character. The trailer and almost all videos pertaining to this film(other than commentary by the actors makers)have been banned from youtube,and there's little chance of it being released in the US under its original title,if at all. There is a website where one can view the trailer and all relevant news about the film. I ask:could it really be that shocking/controversial? "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" has been getting rave reviews all across the country,rape scene notwithstanding. I've seen the "Killer B" trailer,and it looks like a low-rate gangster film with some MMA fights thrown in,hence Alex Reid's presence.Bad camerawork,poor interior lighting making parts too dark to see anyhting clearly enough,and everyone screaming their lines with the F-word being every 4th word don't help. It seems that to avoid controversy,makers of "The Girl" flick made sure to offer something more than a woman getting brutally raped;there is a great story,great acting,and great cinematography thrown in. To any of you currently in the UK:what's the scoop on Reid's first step onto the big screen?Is "Killer B####" anything to look out for,even if just for cheap gangster-flick thrills?Does the director have the potential to be the next Quentin Tarantino? Or is this just more "Showgirls"-type hype?