French film Delicatessen (1991) is a unique and surreal dark comedy that
received overwhelming critical acclaim. In a post-apocalyptic society where
meat is scarce, cannibalism is no longer unsavory. And when a young ex-clown
takes a job in a dilapidated deli, he’s completely unaware that the butcher
plans to serve him to the building’s bizarre tenants. But when the butcher’s
nearsighted daughter falls for the clown, she’ll go to absurd lengths to foil
her father’s plan. A priceless comedy, so inventive that you may feel the
urge to stand up and cheer. The film is subtitled in English, and entrance costs 10LE.