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Le cochon (1970)

In the French countryside it's the day for peasants to kill a big fat pig. The slaughter goes on for a great part of the day as they work to store 140kg worth of meat.

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Jean Eustache
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In the French countryside it's the day for peasants to kill a big fat pig. The slaughter goes on for a great part of the day as they work to store 140kg worth of meat.

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Ultimately Boring
13 May 2020 | by mrdonleoneSee all my reviews

What the bleep was Jean Eustache thinking when he directed "Le Cochon"?! I mean, I respected him until now, but this crossing between "Le Sang des Betes" and "Guinea Pig" has really nothing to offer whatsoever.l: watching Andy Warhol's "Empire" four times non-stop is more interesting than this... but one should have respect for its experimental value. A pig from its slaughter to your table plate: quite a way to go!


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France

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French

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1970 (France) See more »

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El cerdo See more »

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