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Keith Osborne
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During their second visit, after another fight Franz, Josef and Gregor admire Elias fighting skills and let them come in the house. After a strange meal where the brothers argue about who has the best plate, they go to bed. The next day, Elias, who habitually masturbates throughout the day, wanders off when he finds the toilet occupied. One of the half-brothers (Gregor) follows him and introduces the bull who he says they 'do not touch'. This is odd as he is stroking the bull as he says this. He then shows Elias a room full of chickens and tells him they don't mind as they are big enough to lay eggs. He offers Elias a chicken implying that he might have sex with it. Elias is horrified, but Gregor protests that they are only practicing until they meet girls.




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While Gabriel is away the four brothers go out to find women and jobs, but end up in a series of mishaps at a nursery and then a care home. As Gabriel is about to leave the island with the mayor's daughter, he notices a stork with tiny human feet and a cleft beak. He remembers other animals he had seen in the house, such as a chicken with tiny hooves, and goes back to the house to investigate. Gabriel breaks into the concealed part of the basement and finds the preserved fetuses of hybrid humans and the remains of the human mothers. The other brothers return and he explains that their father was sterile and used animal sperm spliced with some of his own stem cells to fertilise his various wives. Each of the brothers is genetically part-animal and their mothers were subjected to fatal caesarean births. Gabriel tells each brother what animal they were spliced with: he is part owl, Elias is part bull, and the others were mouse, dog and chicken. The elder brother knew about the research and tries to be proud that he was most successful: 15% chicken, whereas the others have lower animal percentages. These animals were also shown on the plates that they argued about at dinner-time. Gabriel goes outside and speaks to Elias who is in the cage. Elias says he is not normal and Gabriel says 'none of us are'.


David Dencik and Mads Mikkelsen play estranged brothers Gabriel and Elias, respectively, in writer/director Anders Thomas Jensen's bizarre "Men & Chicken." The two men are thrown together when, after their father's death, some family secrets come to light. The comedy in "Men & Chicken" sometimes tips into Keystone Cops territory, with people running around in the background like chickens (of course) with their heads cut off. "Men & Chicken" is a bizarre family psychodrama as well as a mad-scientist movie, complete with a crazy spooky lab full of terrifying objects. How seriously should any of it be taken? It's hard to tell, but the film has a dry eccentricity that is entertaining and absurd. You don't know what will happen next. If the hundreds of chickens clucking around in the movie revealed themselves as sentient beings with the power of speech it wouldn't be a surprise at all. In the world of "Men & Chicken," all manner of ridiculous things seem possible.


Elias and Gabriel track down their three half-brothers holed up in a dilapidated former sanitarium, overrun by chickens, ducks, goats. The brothers call to mind the locals in "Deliverance": They are barely civilized, beating one another (and Gabriel when he first approaches) with huge dead birds or slabs of wood. They threaten each other with "the cage" for rule infractions. It's a madhouse. They all have cleft palates and other physical abnormalities and live in a raw state of nature (putting the lie to Rousseau's theories). They are petty, vicious, savage, rule-bound. Interrupting one another is strictly forbidden.


Strange motifs and themes emerge and recur: copious ejaculation, dead birds, evolutionary mutations, hybrid breeds, survival of the fittest, inherited characteristics. Nature creates "monsters," and man can create monsters of his own. Jensen uses horror movie tropes: strange things glimpsed at night, closed doors, phonographs playing in empty rooms. But there are farcical elements too: the brothers running around the sanitarium wielding badminton rackets, the repeated beatings with a stiff dead bird and the casual discussions afterwards ("I'm not mad at you for beating Gabriel with the mute swan. It happens to the best of us.") There's also a grotesque element, in the traditional sense of the word: "freaks," cages, mutations limping through their lives. What was their father up to? What's with the cleft palates? What is in that basement? At some point, is someone going to sexually assault a chicken? It is discussed as a valid option.


Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970: The employer did not furnish employment and a place of employment which were free from recognized hazards that were causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees in that employees were exposed to the hazard of communicable diseases associated with exposure to Tetanus, Salmonella, Hepatitis A, waterborne coliform bacteria, and chicken mites resulting from unsanitary conditions in the following instances: a)Plant #1, Men's and Women's Bathrooms - On or about February 1, 1996, the Plant Manager, with his bare hands, removed toilet paper that had human waste on it from waste containers in both bathrooms and placed same in a brown paper bag. b)Plant #3, Women's Bathroom -(3/12/96) No hand soap was available for candlers and packers to wash up after handling eggs potentially contaminated with salmonella bacteria. c)Plant #3, Women's Bathroom -(3/12/96) Employees are instructed by signs in English and Spanish to dispose toilet paper in the waste basket, not the toilet. d)Plant #5, Lunch Area - (2/28/96) Employees were expected to use one communal plastic cup for drinking water which rested on top of the bottled water dispenser and was labelled, "Para uso de lo trabajadores de la Planta #5," which means, "For use by the workers in Plant #5." e)Plant #7, Women's Bathroom - (1/30/96) No hand soap was available for candlers and packers to wash up after handling eggs potentially contaminated with salmonella bacteria. f)Plant #7, Women's Bathroom - (1/30/96) No toilet paper was available for use and used toilet paper was on the floor, radiator and inside waste basket. g)Plant #8 - (1/31/96) Employees packing eggs ate and drank beverages at their work stations, potentially exposing themselves to Salmonella bacteria from handling eggs. h)Plant #8, Women's Bathroom - (1/31/96) No hand soap was provided to employees to wash up prior to consuming food or beverages after handling eggs in the candling operation and packing operation. i)Plant #8, Women's Bathroom - 2/28/96 Employees were instructed by sign to put used toilet paper in the waste basket. j)Plant #8 - (2/28/96) No cups were made available to employees for drinking water from bottled water provided in the plant. k)Rendering Plant, Bathroom - (3/14/96) In this facility where dead chickens are handled, fecal material was present all over the toilet, and no paper towels or toilet paper were available. l)Bird Crew -(2/14/96) Employees stuffing and removing birds from the barns relieve themselves outside, where there are no washing facilities.m)Plant #8, Men's Bathroom - (2/28/96) CSHO observed human excrement on the wall adjacent to the toilet in this facility. n)Barn #8 - (1/17/96) An employee (Pit scraper) responsible for attending to chicken confinement houses had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs with which they are in regular contact. o)80's Barns - (1/31/96 and 2/13/96) An employee (barnsman) responsible for attending to chicken confinement houses had not received any hazard information and training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs with which they are in regular contact. p)Bird Crew - (2/14/96) An employee responsible for pulling and stuffing birds in chicken confinement houses had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. q)10's Barns - (1/17/96) Employees had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. r)20's Barns - (3/5/96) Employees had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. s)50's Barns - (2/26/96) Employees had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. t)50's Barns - (2/28/96) Employees had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. u)Plant #8 - (1/31/960) Employees packing eggs and candling, who ate and drank beverages at their work stations, had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these eggs. v)Rendering Plant - (3/14/96) Employees at this facility had not received any hazard information or training on communicable diseases carried by chickens, their feces and eggs. Employees are in regular contact with these chickens, eggs and feces. w)Plant #2 - (3/5/96) Employees in the Packing Plant sustained bites from chicken mites, resulting in dermatitis. x)Plant #1 - (1/17/96) There was human blood on paper towels in the uncovered waste receptacle in the tool room. In the following locations, the manure pit scrapers sampled on 04/30/96 were contaminated with Salmonella:y)Barn #67 - Salmonella serotype enteriditis. z)Barn #11 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. a2)Barn #23 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. b2)Barn #30 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. c2)Barn #31 - Salmonella serotype braenderup. d2)Barn #60 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. e2)Barn #5 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. f2)Barn #75 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. In the following locations, dead chickens sampled on 04/16/96 were contaminated with Salmonella: g2)Barn #5 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. h2)Barn #7 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. i2)Barn #8 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg. j2)Barn #12 - Salmonella serotype heidelberg (4 samples). k2)Barn #51 - Salmonella serotype braenderup. l2)Barn #54 - Salmonella serotype braenderup (2 samples). m2)Plant 1 - The eyewash station used by employees for drinking water was contaminated with E.coli bacteria. n2)Plant 8, Men's Bathroom - The flushing lever on the toilet bowl was broken off and not operational. The bathroom facility was without toilet paper. o2)Egg Processing Plant No. 3 - There was no toilet paper and soap in the mens bathroom and the used toilet paper was being discarded in a cardboard box in the corner near the toilet. p2)Egg Processing Plant No. 1 - The used toilet paper was being discarded in a cardboard box near the toilet and not flushed down the toilet. q2)Egg Processing Plant No.7 - The used toilet paper was being discarded in a cardboard box near the toilet and not flushed down the toilet. r2)Rendering Plant - There was no hot or warm water for hand washing and the sink was very dirty. There was no door on the bathroom and no light in the bathroom. s2)Complex 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 - The employer did not provide a safe source of drinking water for employees. t2)Plant #2, Men's Restroom (2/14/96) - Toilet paper disposed of in trash can. u2)Breeder Barn #2, Poland, ME (1/26/96) - Restrooms not provided for Cleaning Crew employees (blowdown). v2)Barn #30 (2/22/96) - Employees pulling fowl with limited access to washing facilities were allowed to eat, drink, and smoke in poultry confinement house where poultry fecal contamination was present. w2)Plant #1, Eyewash Station (2/15/96) - Water from the eyewash station that employees drink from tested positive for coliform bacteria. Among other methods, some feasible and acceptable methods to reduce or eliminate employee exposure include but are not necessarily limited to:1) Provide sanitary and well equipped washing and toilet facilities proximal to all work areas. 2) Provide potable drinking water. 3) Provide and require the use of appropriate personal protective equipment. 4) Train employees in the recognition of biological hazards, in modes of disease transmission and in symptoms associated with diseases including, but not limited to, Tetanus, Salmonella, Hepatitis A, exposure to water borne coliform bateria, and chicken mites. 5) Train employees in necessary personal hygiene. 041b061a72


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