Micmacs

Micmacs
Micmacs

Film Details

Year

2010

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

A brilliantly inventive French comedy from the director of the much-loved Amelie about a man called Bazil - who is stuck walking around with a bullet trapped in his skull. After he loses his job, Bazil finds new friends among a group of strange but talented people who made clever things out of stuff left in junkyard where they live. Working with them, Bazil comes up with an elaborate plan to get back at the weapons company he blames for wrecking his life. The weird characters are matched with equally odd camera work to create something jaw-droppingly original and wildly out of the ordinary.

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12 Classification

This film contains moderate violence and sex and references to hard drugs.

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