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Delicatessen 1991

From Amazon: The title credit for Delicatessen reads "Presented by Terry Gilliam," and it's easy to understand why the director of Brazil was so supportive of this outrageously black French comedy from 1991. Like Gilliam, French codirectors Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro have wildly inventive imaginations that gravitate to the darker absurdities of human behavior, and their visual extravagance is matched by impressive technical skill. Here, making their feature debut, Jeunet and Caro present a postapocalyptic scenario set entirely in a dank and gloomy building where the landlord operates a delicatessen on the ground floor. But this is an...

Directed By:
No image existsMarc Caro
Jean-Pierre JeunetJean-Pierre Jeunet
No image existsDominique Pinon
No image existsPascal Benezech
No image existsMarie-Laurie Dougnac
No image existsJean-Claude Dreyfu

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Delicatessen Movie Review by Jarrod (9/1/2011)

'Delicatessen' is hard to pin down into one category; it is a surrealistic black comedy, a human drama, a twisted thriller, a futuristic fantasy, or, more simply, one of the strangest and most original films I have ever seen. No surprise to learn that it sprung from the mind of Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who would later direct...

(complete Delicatessen review by Jarrod)

Delicatessen Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/27/2007)

French actor Dominique Pinon (The Return of Martin Guerre) as Louison was absolutely outstanding in the farce about survivors of a nuclear war. he plays a clown who stumbles into a situation where an apartment full of people are looking for their next meal. The plan is for him to be the main course! The butcher's daughter,...

(complete Delicatessen review by Movie Addict)

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