Steve McQueen’s follow up to his 2008 debut feature Hunger, which served as a breakthrough for its director & star Michael Fassbender is titled Shame. The film reunites the two for a story that focuses on "a New York man [Fassbender] confronting his sexual compulsions and the self-destructive acts of his sister [Carey Mulligan]." The film has thus far drawn rave reviews out of Venice & a lot of controversy over its displays of explicit sexuality. Today the first clip from the film has been released. Attached to footage of the press conference in Venice, the clip features Fassbender’s character, Brandon following a Woman he seemingly targets on an underground [subway] train. There are also a bunch of new images released from the film, hit the jump to check out the clip & images which come via ThePlaylist [via Collider]. There is still no release date for the film.