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Marco Ferreri’s decadent and depraved masterpiece follows four friends (Marcello Mastroianni, Michel Piccoli, Philippe Noiret and Ugo Tognazzi) as they hole up in a Parisian villa with three prostitutes and a local schoolteacher (Andréa Ferréol) to eat themselves to death.
DVD EXTRA: Excerpt from the documentary “Marco Ferreri: The Director Who Came from the Future”
been looking for this film for years...thrilled to find it and enjoyed it enormously...a hidden treasure with so many life lessons!Published 4 months ago by Judy Katz
La Grande Bouffe is a film that shows its age and belongs on the slag heap of unwatched cinema history. Read morePublished 4 months ago by John Lederman
A bunch of blokes decide this worlds not worth it any more so what better way to check out than to eat, drink and pork yourself to death. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Mason
Truly an artistic type movie with room to speculate on the possible reasons why this group of older males choose to end their days in the first place; in a most bizarre fashion! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Menmic
A classic of the genre. Sad in its way, but vastly funny in most others. Remember "The Big Night?" Primo and Secondo? Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Joel L. Hodes
The French have a word for it. Dégueulasse. This film reminds me of the equally disgusting Salo, in its unremitting repetition in pursuit of an obscure meaning. Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Froster
As Señor Adorno said:
"It would have added much more to my pleasure if this DVD version of "La Grande Bouffe" would come with both Italian- and... Read more
I purchased the movie for a gift. Amazon billed and sent me one more, by mistake.
So I decided to keep it for me and watch it. Enjoyed very much.
The theme fits well into consumption habits of today (shop till you drop) as well as it did in the seventies. Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Mr Sev