Tuileries: A Short, Slightly Twisted Film by Joel and Ethan Coen

They call Paris the City of Love. It’s also the birthplace of the Marquis de Sade. Behind the romantic postcard facade, there’s something a bit more complicated going on. In Tuileries, a short film by Joel and Ethan Coen from the 2006 anthology, Paris Je T’Aime, Steve Buscemi plays a mild-mannered tourist caught completely out of his element. What transpires is a rather bizarre five-minute cultural lesson they won’t teach you at Berlitz. It’s now added to our collection, 1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc..

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  • Doug says:

    So apparently the Cohen brothers are sadistic as well. Why was that crap worth producing

  • Raoul Duke says:

    Merde? Merde? C’est quoi ce bordel que tu racontes trou du cul?!

  • Lily Whyte says:

    Steve Buscemi is simply the best and that was evident from day 1!! Huge fan over here in Canada :)

  • Andy says:

    “It’s now added to our collection, 725 Free Movies Online…”

    Unfortunately “free” sometimes means “only watchable in the US” – as in this case. In an anti-open-culture kinda way.

    (Not blaming OpenCulture obviously – love the site.)

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