• Dir: Quentin Dupieux

  • France, 2019, 77 minmins, DCP

  • Cast: Jean Dujardin, Adele Haenel, Albert Delpy

Nothing comes between Georges and his 100% deerskin jacket – but does that mean that the two of them really need to talk? A greying Jean Dujardin – whom we all remember from The Artist (2011) – brings to eerie life Quentin Dupieux’s eccentric absurdist world in which a nobody clothes himself in power and meaning. And then creates a film within a film that launches into a deranged murderous rampage to match his “striking killer style”. A skewed, mischievous study of life and film from an everchimerical filmmaker-musician known for the obsessive visions of Rubber (35th) and Wrong (2012).

Cannes Film Festival Directors’ Fortnight Opening Film


    In-theatre Screening

    • 2019-08-14 (Wed)
      Door Tickets Available at the Venue on Screening Date2019-08-20 (Tue)


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