Presented in partnership with Towson University
Dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet | Marc Caro | 1991 | 99 min.
An unemployed circus clown applies for a job as a handyman at an apartment building in post-apocalyptic France, unaware that the ad is meant to lure people to slaughter. The butcher/landlord Clapet provides human meat for his tenants.
Nancy Siegel, professor of art history and culinary history at Towson University, will give a short talk on butchering techniques before the film.
7:30 pm | $10, $7 mbrs. | + $3 at the door
This screening is presented in partnership with Towson University.
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