The Butcher 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Le Boucher (The Butcher) is possibly Claude Chabrol’s best known and critically acclaimed film. At a friend’s wedding, Helen meets Popaul (Yanne), an ex-soldier with combat honors from Algeria and Indo-China, who has returned to his hometown and the family trade of butchery. The two are attracted to each other, but Helene is reluctant to get involved, as a previous lover has hurt her. Shortly after Popaul’s arrival in town, the body of a murdered girl is found. When Helene discovers a second victim and a vital piece of evidence that seems to link Popaul to the murders, she reluctantly suspects her new found friend. Consistently taut, with engrossing twists, Le Boucher (The Butcher) is an intense and enthralling thriller.
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