Le Cochon

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Le Cochon ("The Pig") is a fifty-minute featurette co-directed by Jean Eustache and Jean-Michel Barjol in 1970. Shot in a cinema verité style, it documents the traditional killing of a plump pig in a French rural village[1]. Eustache had directed his first version of La Rosiere de Pessac (surrounding another annual tradition in his home village) in much the same unobtrusive style two years previously. [2]

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  1. ^ Le cochon, retrieved 2019-04-14
  2. ^ The Virgin of Pessac, retrieved 2019-04-14