Carnage ★★ 2002
Okay, this film is about a dead bull and its various body parts. Said bull gores a matador during a bullfight and is subsequently killed and butchered. It's various parts go to various people throughout Spain and France, including a young girl named Winnie who gets a bull bone for her Great Dane, a taxidermist who gets the animal's horns, steaks that wind up in a restaurant, etc. There's a lot of obscure symbolism about how life and death are connected. You may not care. Spanish and French with subtitles. 130m/C VHS, DVD . FR SP BE SI Chiara Mastroianni, Angela Molina, Lucia Sanchez, Bernard Sens, Esther Gorintin, Jacques Gamblin, Feodor Atkine, Marilyne Even, Clovis Cornillac, Raphaelle Molinier, Lio; D: Delphine Gleize; W: Delphine Gleize; C: Crystal Fournier; M: Eric Neveux.
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