Yo-Yo and Alphonse go on crusade against injustice, poverty and misery. In their pursuit of happiness, the high priestess of the street and the little prince have an infallible recipe: a ... See full summary »

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Chloé Sainte-Marie ...
Yo-Yo
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Yves Allaire ...
Inspecteur Bobby
France Arbour ...
Emma
Patrice Arbour ...
Notaire
Stéphanie Bacon
Timothé Beaudet
Lisa Belgrave
Roger Boire
Marika Bouchard
Isabelle 'Zaby' Bourassa
Guy 'Borza' Boutet
Brigitte Brodin ...
Interviewere
Marcel Bédard ...
Fratello
Suzanne Campbell
Evelyne Cardinal
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Yo-Yo and Alphonse go on crusade against injustice, poverty and misery. In their pursuit of happiness, the high priestess of the street and the little prince have an infallible recipe: a blend of boundless love and miracles that gives hope to the cracks. Nothing and nobody can stop them in this adventure to the realm of the street transvestites have a heart larger than life, the cops are corrupt and power is merciless. Pudding unemployed person is a burlesque and cynical comedy that turns to derision trade of happiness and faith practiced by unscrupulous sects, gurus and other preachers of the time at the expense of the poor. Written by markyoloup

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half a success
27 August 1999 | by (Montréal, Canada) – See all my reviews

The wackiness of this movie will grasp your attention initially. However, the director treated the subject matter too seriously, spoiling this modern farce. The acting performances of the young boy hero and his aunt, who believes he has biblical powers, are not stellar. The supporting cast of flamboyant characters does a good job. All in all, lets say that the dramatic undertones are uneffective in what should have simply been a demented comedy.


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