Some movie stars have a sense of self-mockery.
They rush to shoot with Quentin Dupieux, troublemaker of comedy made in France.
Jean Dujardin as a serial killer fetishist (
), Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais as idiot giant fly tamers (
), or Benoît Magimel as a virile boss decked out with an electronic penis (
Incroyable mais vrai
), the actors emerge from so much of baseness.
This is still the case in
Smoking makes you cough
Dupieux brings together a dream cast in the service of Tabac Force, a team of non-smokers in blue suits worthy of the Power Rangers who fight against the forces of evil.
Vincent Lacoste (ridiculous bowl cut), Gilles Lellouche (grotesque goatee), Jean-Pascal Zadi (afro cut and surreal natural teeth), Anaïs Demoustier (alias “Nicotine”) and Oulaya Amamra (alias “Ammonia”) carry out the missions that give them chef Didier, a puppet of a drooling rat and hot rabbit (with the voice of Alain Chabat) who commands from his…
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