This low-budget french comedy, starring an bunch of excellent actors, each one of them totally over the top, is a good example of the kind of "zany" humor you could find in low-brow french entertainment during the seventies. It features excellent performances by Dufilho and Sim, and also by director Philippe Clair, plus downright awful cameos by popular singers Patrick Topaloff and Marcel Zanini. The ultra-confused plot follows the misadventures of a pair of secret agents and a group of idiotic gangsters, bent on discovering the way money is being sent to Switzerland by tax-evading billionaires.
Everything is so absurd and idiotic that you could see just anything, a pink elephant, a flying saucer, without being surprised. Recommended if you like the "so bad it's good" genre and if you watch it on drugs!
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