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Offbeat dark comedy that grows on you

Author: besserglik (besserglik@wanadoo.fr) from France
15 December 2005

Samuel Beckett fans will get off on this. Georges Corraface and Jean-Jérôme Esposito do a great job as a pair of down and outs who seem unsure of what they're waiting for and have an unhealthy interest in small children. Director Milesi, better known as Robert Guédiguian's regular writer, also produced and edited and wrote the music, and as is usually the case with one-man-shows the movie is over-long and lacks a firm sense of direction. But it's strong on mood and style (the Paris suburbs by night have rarely featured this strongly in a movie) and has a great sound-track (some of it capably sung by Milesi). As of the time of writing, this low-budget movie has still to find a distributor in its own country and may not spread much further than a small circle of friends. But if it shows up in your neighbourhood, it's worth the trip.

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