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Devon over 4 years ago
Disturbing, beautiful, terrible, shocking..
Philomene Tsamados over 3 years ago
Brilliant soundtrack and filming NB lookup Frans Hals. Too sickening to watch again though
Noah Rymer 4 years ago
more of a play than a film. Very stylized, poor sound quality.
Bey Deckard almost 5 years ago
Beautiful cinematography. Bizarre. Disturbing. One of my favourites.
Fernando Olivas almost 7 years ago
Ludicrous. Decadent. Filthy. Voluptuous.
Lizzie 7 years ago
My Art & Violence class re-watched the last scene while eating ice cream cake. Perfect.
Guadio Ru over 7 years ago
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Kyle Souryasack over 6 years ago
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover is a 1989 romantic crime drama written and directed by Peter Greenaway, starring Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, and Alan Howard in the titular roles. The film's graphic scatological, violent, and nude scenes, as well as its lavish cinematography and formalism were noted at the time of its release. English gangster Albert Spica (Michael Gambon) has taken over the high-class Le Hollandais Restaurant, run by French chef Richard Borst (Richard Bohringer). Spica makes nightly appearances at the restaurant with his retinue of thugs. His oafish behavior causes frequent confrontations with the staff and his own customers, whose patronage he loses, but whose money he seems not to miss. Forced to accompany Spica is his reluctant, well-bred wife, Georgina (Helen Mirren), who soon catches the eye of a quiet regular at the restaurant, bookshop owner Michael (Alan Howard). Under her husband's nose, Georgina carries on an affair with...
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