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The Cook the Thief his Wife and her Lover by Peter Greenway is an astounding tale of sex deceit corruption and abuse This movie is partial about a woman named Georgina and the relationship she holds between her and the two men in her life Michael and Albert Michael is her lover and Albert her husband is a head gangster Albert both physically and psychologically abuses Georgina throughout their whole relationship As many women in abusive relationships Georgina does nothing to stop him It is only when her lover is killed that Georgina finally takes a stand against Albert As the old saying goes Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned The most obvious way that Georgina is abused is physically There are the smaller things like when Albert hits her in the face with a menu when she corrects him in his French pronunciation And the time that Albert hits Georgina on the hand with a spoon at the dinner table because she was not paying attention to him Grabbing Georginas breast at the dinner table is another prime example Of course there are the most obvious ways Albert abuses her Dragging her around twisting her arm and punching her in the stomach when she makes him mad When Albert rapes Georgina in the car in the back of the restaurant it gives very strong evidence of just how horrible this man really is There are also those things that blur the line between physical and psychological abuse These things could be considered both physical and psychological Albert forces Georgina to wipe his ass with a warm cloth every night after dinner There are also instruments that he uses on his wife such as wooden spoons tooth brushes and bottles Georgina tells a dead Michael that it didnt hurt as bad when she did it herself Actually there is no such a thing as physical abuse that isnt also psychologically damaging However of
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