Just finished watching Carnages written and directed by Delphine Gleize. Loved it. After a dramatic bull fight, various bulls parts are distributed throughout Europe – a bone for a dog, the horns to a taxidermist, the eyes to a scientist, all for various reasons. Some of the most extreme and complex relationships I’ve seen in a film which lead to some gob smacking scenes. There were times when I thought “where is the plot” but it wraps up nicely in the end. I’d say Film Noir (I’ve just looked up the history of said phrase and it’s quite apt), The cinematography is VERY well done. Worth a watch if you don’t mind subtitles or are Euro Linguistico.
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