For the release of "Drunk", a few films in which alcohol is a character in its own right, to watch without moderation

In “Drunk,” Thomas Vinterberg questions the “good” and the bad about alcohol. Other filmmakers have been able to film the gay drunkenness or the most tragic alcoholism. Some more or less staggering examples.

For the release of "Drunk", a few films in which alcohol is a character in its own right, to watch without moderation

In “Drunk,” Thomas Vinterberg questions the “good” and the bad about alcohol. Other filmmakers have been able to film the gay drunkenness or the most tragic alcoholism. Some more or less staggering examples.

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20 May 2021 Thursday 17:29
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For the release of "Drunk", a few films in which alcohol is a character in its own right, to watch without moderation

On the occasion of the release in theaters this Wednesday, May 19 of Drunk, by Thomas Vinterberg, with Mads Mikkelsen and his fifty-year-old friends who decide to make their depression soluble in alcohol, a small non-exhaustive list of films based on spirits and festive or sickly intoxication, to consume without moderation.

“Les Tontons flingueurs”, by Georges Lautner (1963)

Eternal herbal tea condemnation if you are one of the last humans to have yet to dive into the hilarious fumes of this gangster comedy, and its picole scene in the kitchen over an unidentified brew (maybe a little taste of apples) withdrawn from the trade "because customers complained, they were going blind". Nothing serious, according to Lino Ventura: “I knew a Polish woman who drank it for breakfast. "

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