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The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover Scene 2

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Published on May 25, 2007

Albert Spica is a violent gangster and part-owner of Le Hollandais, a restaurant which he and his circle of cronies visit in the evenings. Although Spica has pretensions to be a gourmet, he is in fact coarse in his tastes and ignorant about cuisine, and is also violent and insulting towards the other guests. His head chef Richard despises him, but also fears him and is obliged to allow him to stay. Spica's wife Georgina is, it transpires, regularly abused by him, and is terrified of him. However, she begins to take an interest in one of the other guests, Michael, and, with Richard's collusion soon begins an extra-marital affair with him in the kitchen of Le Hollandais.

When Albert learns of the affair, he threatens to kill, cook and eat Michael, and Michael and Georgina take refuge in Michael's book store where he lives. Albert, however, tortures a young kitchen boy who knows their whereabouts and tracks them down. While Georgina is visiting the boy at the hospital, Albert orders Michael killed by having pages of his own books forced down his throat; Albert and his men then leave, and Georgina finds Michael's body.

Georgina brings the body back to Richard and asks him to cook it. At first he refuses, thinking she intends to eat it. However, when she explains that she intends to force feed the body to Albert, he agrees. Georgina, armed and surrounded by several of Albert's other victims, presents Michael's roasted carcass and, holding the gun on him, suggests that Albert "try the cock". Albert doesn't do this specifically but his resistance wears out and he takes a bite of Michael's flesh. Georgina then shoots him, contemptuously calling him "cannibal."

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