Bizarre, Bizarre (1937)

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In Victorian London, a Crime Novelist and his Wife fake their disappearance in order to hide from an uptight Anglican Bishop who is leading a campaign against the "evils" of crime fiction.


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Director:

Marcel Carné

Writers:

J. Storer Clouston (novel), Marcel Carné, Jacques Prévert (adaptation)

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13 January 2003 | pppatty
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I haven't read the other user comments but whoever did the summary for this film possibly hasn't seen it! It has absolutely nothing to do with a serial killer of women (the killer in question kills butchers because they kill animals) and Soper accuses his cousin Molyneux of having poisoned his (Molyneux's) wife. The whole thing is an absurdist's delight -- a French film set in a London that never was.

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