almost 3 years
The ultimate vegetarian movie. Beautiful mise-en-scène.
Nazampal Kaur Jaswal
almost 4 years
Def in my top 5 apocalypse movie. Def the cutest apocalypse movies.
almost 5 years
Quirky, twisted, eye-popping. Gruesome premise is originally executed
Good one! One of my favorites!
I love this post-apocalyptic cannibalistic love story!
over 5 years
superbe comedie noire!
almost 6 years
Original and funny movie but it's really weird. story line makes no sense at some times.
Jeunet's movies are like no other! He creates and invites you into his own world.
over 6 years
Wish I could play the saw..
Wacky and weird, an imaginative take on a post-apocalyptic world.
over 7 years
It was different and weird, but I liked it.
over 7 years
intresting film...renewed my appreciation in quirky movies.
almost 8 years
I watched this movie a long time ago and rated it on GOODFIL.MS today 5/5
Delicatessen is a 1991 French black comedy film, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro, starring Dominique Pinon and Karin Viard. It is set in an apartment building in a post-apocalyptic France of an ambiguous time period. The story focuses on the tenants of the building and their desperate bids to survive. Among these characters is the newly arrived Louison, who arrives to replace a tenant whose reason for departure is initially unclear. The butcher, Clapet, is the leader of the group which strives to keep control and balance in the apartment building.
It is largely a character-based film, with much of the interest being gained from each tenant's own particular idiosyncrasies and their relationship to each other.
Released in North America with a credit reading Terry Gilliam presents, the film - like its successor The City of Lost Children (1995) - is a deliberate homage to Gilliam.
Delicatessen begins in a dilapidated apartment building in post-apocalyptic France. Food is in...