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Michel Piccoli, Miou-Miou, Béatrice Romand, Francesca Romana Coluzzi View All


Claude Faraldo (Director) View All

Release: Feb. 22nd, 1973
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
Themroc, a bachelor house painter living at home with his mother, leads a sad and colorless life. One day, after a run-in with his boss, he rebels. He wrecks his apartment, rejects every facet of bourgeois life, and begins acting like an urban, modern-day Neanderthal.
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In addition to there only being female nudity, Themroc's sister's constant state of undress seemed excessive and I don't think my puritanical American eyes are to blame for thinking this.
Citizen Rules
I liked the film at first as it was like a silent era comedy film about a working class man who sure coughed a lot and liked looking at pretty girls in mini skirts...He reminded me of Benny Hill at this point of the film.


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