A demented rom-com tinged with philosophy and nostalgia where the abrupt arrival of an enigmatic young women throws a wrench into the quiet life of a ragtag family living in a small village in the Vosges.
Against a backdrop of tanks driven by Nazis straight out of WWII, a shambolic local police force and a group of revolutionary nudists, Pierre meets Juliette. He’s living a quiet life with his mother, brother and niece in the Vosges region of France. She’s just had her car stolen. For his first feature, Erwan Le Duc turns the romantic comedy genre on its head. Through off-the-wall humour, wacky characters and far-fetched situations, the French director pulls off the impossible: injecting a...
| 100 minutes | 2019
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