A post-apocalitic apartment building in France, they never talk about what happened but it was bad. The story centers on an apartment building with a delicatessen on the ground floor.
I had seen this movie years ago and loved it, so when the Al & Al show show wrapped up Watch This and decided to carry it on somehow Ms. 5chw4r7z volunteered to host the first installment of the new incarnation and to do a foriegn film, so here we are.
I was channeling Shebar and Watch This when we discovered the DVD would not work. ThePirateBay to the rescue, they're the original appstore BTW and all that was left was to demolish the computer room and drag the tower out to the TV.
Who's bright idea was it too have subs for dinner? It seemed funny at the time, sometimes the theme thing works....
Yes, keep this in mind later when Clapet the butcher is handing small hunks of the mother-in-law over the counter wrapper in white kraft paper.
Theres a number of plot lines running throughout, none more important than the butchers daughter falling for the new maintenance man. #1 relationship rule should probably be don't date your dinner. All the plot lines somehow all get tied up and climax at the end.
It was every bit as good as I remember, I liked the style, vivid moody colors, shots of the lone apartment building in the middle of the ruins to breakup scenes and clever writing and very good acting with some strange twists and turns.[where: 45202]best place to learn how to live downtown cincinnati ohio the ethos of Cincinnati Parker Flats condo