Monday, February 8, 2010

JEAN PIERRE JEUNET'S NEW VISUAL FEAST "MICMACS"

Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the man behind "Amelie", "A Very Long Engagement", "Delicatessen" and "The City of the Lost Children", whose movies always represent visual feasts, with crazy characters, complex imaginative plots and ingenious stories, is bringing us a new slice of fried madness in "MicMacs" – and you can check out the new trailer to give you a better taste of what is in store.
The main hero of "MicMacs" is Bazil (played by French star Dany Boon) who is accidentally shot in the head and finds his whole life turned upside down. Homeless, he ends up being taken in by a group of eccentrics, and starts to plot with them to take down the source of all his woes: the weapons manufacturers responsible for the bullets that hit him and killed his father years before. “MicMacs” are out in America this May, while we Europeans shall see it from February.

2 comments:

  1. Wow this looks quite interesting in an eccentric kind of way, very reminiscent of Amelie.

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  2. Castor, if you haven't seen Jeunet's "Delicatessen" and "The City of the Lost Children" you definitely should, especially the first one. It's beyond crazy :)

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