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Mic Macs à Tire-Larigot (2009) Poster

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The full title in French - "Micmacs à tire-larigot" - literally means "non-stop shenanigans".
Most of the advertising hoardings in the chase scenes are promoting the movie itself, with visuals that relate to the scene in which the hoarding appears.
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet has cited Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Toy Story (1995) and the Mission: Impossible (1966) TV series as influences on his film.
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The director himself describes his film as a cross between Delicatessen (1991) and Amélie (2001).
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's template for defining all the characters in his film was Toy Story (1995).
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet first came up with the idea for the film by visiting a local restaurant where some of the regulars were known arms dealers. Jeunet was intrigued by their "nice-looking faces".
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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's comeback after a five year break since A Very Long Engagement (2004).
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Jamel Debbouze was originally cast in the film but left the project after three weeks, citing artistic and financial disagreements. He was replaced by Dany Boon.
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The film features the same green and red color scheme as another Jeunet's movie Amélie (2001).
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