It was shot on digital video without artificial lighting. This low budget method of filming divided critics—some said it gave the film an amateurish look. Lou Lumenick, reviewing the film in the New York Post , went further and said it "looked like hell". Others, such as James Travers writing for filmsdefrance. Travers wrote "the film's 'rough and ready' feel helps to strengthen its artistic vision and draws out the messages which it is trying to get across, without distracting its audience with overly choreographed 'shock scenes'. Le Monde , for instance, called it a "sick film".
Edit Baise and the applicants for the bodyguard position Baise along with five other applicants for the bodyguard position, await within a room in the Nostrade's Mansion. After the butler in the room plays a video introducing the supposed boss whom details the requirements of the position. The applicants are given a data card with specified items listed on it and are instructed by the supposed boss to retrieve one of the items on the list to get the bodyguard position. When one of the five applicants tries to leave, but to no avail they're all ambushed by 11 hooded assailants wielding guns and swords. The assailants wielding the guns fire at Baise, who uses the butler as a shield, killing him.