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In "Steak," Blaise(Eric Judor) is released from a mental hospital after seven years due to three murders he did not commit. Those were in fact committed by his pal Georges(Ramzy Bedia) who picks him up but otherwise wants nothing to do with him now. That has less to do Georges' plastic surgery than with his current social status with a gang he has just joined.
If nothing else, "Steak" captures the passage of time to somebody outside of society better than most other movies I can think of, albeit in a totally absurd, unpredictable and Canadian way, including a couple of great bits. Even with no flying cars, the movie makes some neat points about conformity and people feeling the need to fit in at all costs. On the other hand, it is not all negative, as smoking is severely frowned upon and everybody drinks a ton of milk, perhaps as a tip of the cap to "A Clockwork Orange."
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