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Our review of Grand Paris: little gem


CRITICISM - The comical tribulations of two idlers who want to join the Louvre. Indiana Jones in the greater suburbs.

In his book

Cinéma Speculations

, Quentin Tarantino explains how


, Richard Linklater's first film (the


trilogy ,


), captures the essence of Austin, the Texas town where the filmmaker has resided for forty years.

His camera crisscrossed the streets one summer day in 1989 to meet some young cranks.

In a few decades, we will perhaps look at

Grand Paris

as the best testimony to a certain youth in a certain suburb (the peri-urban area of ​​the outer suburbs) at a certain time (the 2020s).

The first feature film by Martin Jauvat, 26, features two idlers (a possible translation of


), Leslie (Mahamadou Sangaré) and Renard (Jauvat himself).

On a construction site of the future Greater Paris metro line, the two friends find a mysterious object with esoteric inscriptions.

Artifact, ancient talisman or relic of a vanished civilization, there is undoubtedly money to be made.

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Source: lefigaro

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