October 23, 2003

Cornell Cinema

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Chaos might seem to be the antithesis of the bourgeois lifestyle, but without the unexpected deviation, all those irregularities we hope to avoid in our daily schedules, life becomes nearly indistinguishable from death. The aptly titled French film, Chaos, testifies to this truth in a darkly comedic and thrilling plot about a well-to-do Parisian family who become victims of their own lifestyle.

Under the direction of Coline Serreau, the film begins in the cushy, well-decorated apartment of H