On their second collaboration, Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk serves as sound effects director for Gaspar Noe experimental art film. Bangalter was originally approached to score the film but was busy with scoring TRON: Legacy and as a compromise provided Gaspar with an arrangement of ambient sounds and experimental music. The film features works by Coil, Throbbing Gristle, excerpts from nearly every part of Jean-Claude Éloy's "Gaku-No-Michi" and "Shanti", Alvin Lucier, Annea Lockwood, Zbigniew Karkowski, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Denis Smalley, Michael Prime, Toshiya Tsunoda BJ Nilsen and Stilluppsteypa. LFO's Freak was prominently featured in the opening credits. Other licensed music came from Universal Publishing Production Music
Linda is crying on the couch after she hears the news about her brother. [1:10] Oscar and Linda go the Buddhist shop. She tells Oscar that she feels free and to promise her that he will never leave her.
Oscar has sex with Victor's mother. Oscar takes Acid. A young Oscar asks his mother what happens if she dies. He walks into his mother having sex with his father. Oscar meets a girl at the bar [1:07] Linda meets Alex at the club. She takes ecstasy. [1:13] Oscar watches his sister pole dancing at the club. He confronts Mario and tells him to not touch his sister. Oscar sells drugs to the dancers. Mario kicks him out of the club. [1:19] Oscar is watching Linda at the club. At the shop, Linda asks Oscar about Alex. [1:40] Mario talks with the police officers outside the club.