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Vincent Lindon and Alain Cavalier are pals. Like father and son. They sip port in bars dreaming of a film they might make. Together. Then just once in a while, they don suit and tie. Play men of power. See how much trouble they can make. For a laugh. They tell a tall story, that’s part really personal, part, well - just plain tall. Only, as ever at the movies, there’s that excellent question no one can answer : is it really all make-believe?
One of the Worst
I love foreign films, especially French. But this isn't really a movie. It's a lazy experimental home video without any real acting. It's probably the only film I did not finish in years.
Vincent Lindon is one of the best male actors in France. With that being said, he deserves a star just for being in this film, otherwise I would have given it one star. I don't know what the film makers were trying to do here, but it plays like several home video segments that are not scripted, not really acted, and disjointed. As a Vincent Lindon fan, I enjoyed watching him, but this film is not good. There really is no point to it.