In 35,000 BC, the tribe of the Dirty Hairs is in war against the tribe of the Clean Hairs for eight hundred years, trying to get their shampoo. The chief of the Dirty Hairs sends his ...
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In 35,000 BC, the tribe of the Dirty Hairs is in war against the tribe of the Clean Hairs for eight hundred years, trying to get their shampoo. The chief of the Dirty Hairs sends his daughter Guy disguised to the enemy tribe to get some shampoo for his tribe. When the healer of the Clean Hairs tribe surprisingly kills two cavemen of his tribe, their imbecile chief assigns Pierre with curled hair and Pierre blonde to investigate the murder and find the criminal.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
All the characters from the clean hair tribe are called Pierre, a common male first name in France. This is a wordplay on the French noun "pierre" which means "stone", as the movie takes place during the Stone Age. See more »
I don't know whether the person who left the previous comment watched it in French or English, because that would probably make a big difference to the humour. I found that it contained a brilliant use of non-sense and 3rd degree sense of humour. Though some jokes can only be understood in French, as some of them can't be translated into English and still have the same meaning.
But if you understand relatively good French, or you have a French translator at hand, oh, and a good sense of humour, I would recommend watching it!I got a fair few laughs out of it, and my French isn't that great!
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