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What word can we use to say a movie or scene is perverse? I am thinking of sadistic and violent scenes as this:

perverse scene from game of thrones

I found 邪僻, but it seems it may only describe people. I also found 變態, but CC in Pleco says it’s slang in that meaning.

  • for some bloodcurdling scenes also see crime documentaries (Chinese editions of Australian and American documentaries),esp. 开膛手杰克 Jack the ripper iqiyi.com/v_19rrjangig.html – user6065 Apr 6 '18 at 19:39
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    變態 is the right word, it is not a slang – Tang Ho Apr 6 '18 at 20:29
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    bkrs: 邪僻 亦作“邪辟”。 1) 乖谬不正。 2) 品行不端的人。 (written language): heterodox; perverse; abnormal,, other words, 堕落 ,① <思想、行为>往坏里变:腐化堕落。 ② 沦落;流落<多见于早期白话>:堕落风尘。 (堕落影片 depraved film) 有悖常情 perverse; abnormal dictall 3. Something contrary to ethics or morality. [点击朗读] 不道德的事有悖常理或道德的事 – user6065 Apr 7 '18 at 5:20
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    @user6065 Does this suggest all three are ok? Possibly 墮落 is to be preferred? – Ludi Apr 7 '18 at 15:49
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    As a matter of fact, I never heard of "邪僻" before ... – fefe Apr 8 '18 at 6:43
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For something that is hard to watch, you could say 不堪。变态 is okay, but I think it's usually used to describe people, not scenes and things.

For example, i think you could say something like this:

Joffrey 拷打妓女的场面很不堪!

This is what my Chinese friend told me when I asked her, anyway. In casual conversation, 变态、不堪 should both be okay.

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We always use the word "少儿不宜" to describe these kind of thing(sex, violent, etc.), it translates to "not suitable for children".

少儿(children)不宜(not suitable)

Example: "perverse scene from game of thrones"="权力的游戏/里/少儿不宜的/场景"

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