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La Maison des Cochons

Australia, 1997 (MIFF 1998, Animation)

Director: David Harris

A passerby enticed by the idea of feasting on a little pig enters the restaurant La Maisoo des Cochons. The staff are friendly - if a little odd - and keen to bring him the platter of pig his heart desires. But it is soon revealed that there is something amiss. A cautionary tale about wanting to make a pig of yourself.

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