Jean Eustache: Le Cochon + Two Short Films

Le Cochon

France | 1970 | 101 min. (incl. 30 & 19 min. short films) | Jean Eustache, Jean-Michel Barjol

July 16 - 23, 2023

The Dirty Stories of Jean Eustache

Co-directed with Jean-Michel Barjol, Eustache’s film documents the slaughter of a pig and its subsequent conversion into sausages on a small French farm in the Massif Central.

Subtitles are not available for Le Cochon, since it was filmed in a local dialect.

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  • Director: Jean Eustache, Jean-Michel Barjol
  • Country: France
  • Year: 1970
  • Running Time: 101 min. (incl. 30 & 19 min. short films)
  • Producer: Françoise Lebrun, Luc Moullet
  • Screenplay: Jean Eustache
  • Cinematographers: Renan Pollès, Philippe Théaudière
  • Editors: Jean Eustache
  • Language: French

Preceded by Short Films:

This film will be preceded by the short film Le Jardin des Délices de Jerome Bosch
France | 1979 | 30 min. | Jean Eustache
Hieronymus Bosch’s most emblematic painting is described by Jean-Noël Picq.

This film will be preceded by the short film Offre d’emploi
France | 1980 | 19 min. | Jean Eustache
Unaware of an employer’s recruitment methods, a man is looking for a job. The film was commissioned by INA on the theme of the labor market, which Eustache takes pleasure in diverting.