- 3h 20min
- Directed by: Bruno Dumont
- Written by: Bruno Dumont
- Cast: Alane Delhaye, Lucy Caron, Bernard Pruvost
- Language: French
This slow-moving murder mystery, which begins after human body parts are discovered stuffed inside a cow, is rich with casually relayed social observation and parody. It features youthful rebellion, routine racism, hostility toward authority, and secret lives, and plays brilliantly with the conventions of small screen crime dramas and big screen thrillers.
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Reviews & features
P'tit Quinquin6 Jul 2015
Bruno Dumont's latest is a typically quirky and compelling crime dramedy
A slow-moving murder mystery which rejects resolution and sports a runtime in excess of three-hours hardly sounds like a must-see. Yet P'tit Quinquin is rich with casually relayed social observation and parody, presenting its odd behaviour, incompetent…
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