Drama • 1991 • 38 min
Perturbadora e inquietante. Mediometraje intenso, ya el inicio pone a prueba al espectador.
Consider it a prequel to "I stand alone" (1998), then it's a fine watch to get a background. The sequel is a bit less disturbing than this.
Unsettling from start to finish. The cheery folk music of the credits belies the nihilistic sensation it leaves in your gut. A+ Editing.
I have no idea what I just watched but I certainly know it's good.
Wanted to see Gaspar Noe's other films after Enter the Void. This one is interesting from that film nerd perspective.
Coup de génie comme à l'habitude avec un Noé. D'une puissance violente... Philippe Nahon est horriblement merveilleux.
Kind of Intro for "I Stand Alone"
Not my piece of cake
After completing jail time for beating up a man who tried to seduce his mentally-handicapped teenage daughter, The Butcher wants to start life anew. He institutionalizes his daughter and moves to the Lille suburbs with his mistress, who promises him a new butcher shop. Learning that she lied, The Butcher returns to Paris to find his daughter.