Last night I watched Antichrist. I must admit my attention wandered during some of the more talky sections, so I may have missed some crucial talking point, and I have no wish to see it again. I think the general thesis was quite clear, though: Spoiler: a couple's kid falls out the window while they're having sex, so They - especially Her - blame themselves and their sexuality for the tragedy. He makes matters worse though, being a psychologist who gets over-analytical, treating their grief dispassionately, until She resorts to some [B]very[/B] drastic measures to try to make Him feel her pain and extirpate Her guilt.
I didn't find it all that shocking, though I imagine that the film would be contraindicated for someone who recently lost a loved one. There's more going on mentally than physically, though I did wince at the sight of Spoiler: Her drilling a hole in His leg and bolting a grindstone to it. I thought the director went out of his way to make the infamous "scissors" scene look fake and spare us a little.