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Michaël, Vincent, Benjamin and their friends meet the god of the joke who explains to them that the inhabitants laugh less and less. He(it) confides(entrusts) them then the mission to redo to laugh the population thanks to 11 commands.
A genuine and often funny depiction of the relationships between monitors and children in a summer vacation camp. From romance to friendship, dancing to fighting, this French movie bring back good souvenirs of childhood.
I did not expect much from a low budget French movie with a cast of relative newcomers. The plot is very simple. A guy has to move out in a day, completely unprepared, and drive his mum to the airport.
Completely stressed out, he calls his friends for help. Short notice however results in all his friends making it with an agenda of their own.
The comic is mostly situation (quiproquo), but had me in stitched on quite a few occasions. The actors act simple and natural and sends us back to the careless days of students move.
I will not give away the numerous twists of the story however some Bulgarian model is involved in a photoshoot, various items of furnitures thrown out the window and some poor dog smashed by a fridge (not shown sadly!)
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