Delicatessen Poster. Trailer Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro at an event for Delicatessen () Ticky Holgado in. So auch in diesem Fall, denn Delicatessen ist nun wirklich der Arthouse-Film der Neunziger, auf den sich weite Teile einigen können. Delicatessen - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | lovepatiala.com
total klassischDelicatessen ist ein französischer Spielfilm von Jean-Pierre Jeunet und Marc Caro aus dem Jahr Der Film ist das Spielfilmdebüt der beiden Regisseure. Delicatessen ein Film von Jean-Pierre Jeunet und Marc Caro mit Dominique Pinon, Karin Viard. Inhaltsangabe: Frankreich in den 50er Jahren: Eine. Makabere Komödie von Marc Caro und Jean-Pierre Jeunet über eine von einem Metzger angeführte kannibalische HausgemeinschaftUser-Film-Bewertung.
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User Score. Write a Review. User Reviews. Cal Nov 9, Brilliant film. One of the most unique post-apocalyptic movie you will ever seen. Totally surreal and I loved every moment of it.
Definitely recommended if you are interested in the genre, or in unorthodox french cinema. Feb 7, A French circus gone bonkers.
Surreal love story. RobertBrogan Sep 30, Delicatessen is a very visually stimulating film. Despite the impression that the description creates, the film is about as much a horror movie as Army of Darkness is.
Rather I would say the film is a fiendish and surreal comedy. Whether you enjoy the film or not will largely come down to Delicatessen is a very visually stimulating film.
Whether you enjoy the film or not will largely come down to taste. The acting and filmmaking are good enough to at least warrant a view so you can see for yourself.
ERG Sep 3, The film is almost shot entirely with a sepia tint which ads to the claustrophobia of it all. You can help by adding to it.
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Just leave us a message here and we will work on getting you verified. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet deftly combines horror, sci-fi, and humor in Delicatessen , a morbid comedy set in a visually ravishing futuristic dystopia.
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All Critics 55 Top Critics 16 Fresh 49 Rotten 6. With its molelike inhabitants, its sprawling war between flesh-eaters and lentil-men, its achingly sweet love story and surrealist blend of dusty antiquities and 21st-century gizmos, Delicatessen is indescribably wild.
Steven Rea. All of this is handled in a breezy, off-handed, nutsy manner, as the superb cast combines to help bring it off. Clifford Terry. Delicatessen is a fearsomely intense movie that mixes moods with formidable assurance.
Michael Wilmington. With their detached, sardonic and decidedly sick slant, Jeunet and Caro have served up a burnt-to-a-crisp feast.
Duane Byrge. There are no characters to care about or remember afterward -- just a lot of flashy technique involving decor, some glib allegorical flourishes, and the obligatory studied film-school weirdness.
Jonathan Rosenbaum. A zany little film that's a startling and clever debut for co-helmers Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro.
Variety Staff. Thriving on eccentricity, the film also utilizes an artistic entwining of music and sound effects, tinged with a spectacularly compelling atmosphere of unease.
Mike Massie. Harriet Waugh. If we take the idea of a romantic comedy set in the ruins of a dead society and dressed up with cannibal horror seriously at all, it's hard to see how it could turn out better than this.
Marcel Tapioca Anne-Marie Pisani Madame Tapioca Boban Janevski Young Rascal Mikael Todde Grandmother Rufus Robert Kube Jacques Mathou Roger Howard Vernon Frog Man Chick Ortega Postman Silvie Laguna Edit Storyline Centered on a post-apocalyptic society where food is scarce and used as currency.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia At one point in the movie a female character claims they are entering the age of Virgo.
This would place the movie roughly around 12,AD, according to modern astrology. Goofs When Julie welcomes Louison in her room and we see her following him to the table she has no socks, when she brings him later into his room after he has fallen asleep she has socks.
Quotes Louison : One must always forgive. Julie Clapet : Depends. It's not always possible. Louison : Don't say that. No one is entirely evil.
It's circumstance. Roger Howard Vernon Frog Man Chick Ortega Postman Silvie Laguna Georges Interligator Dominique Zardi Taxi Driver Patrick Paroux Puk Maurice Lamy Pank Marc Caro Fox Eric Averlant