I wandered into the theater that was showing this film at Cannes on a whim, because I wanted to see a film from Switzerland which, even to the Swiss filmmakers, is rare. I didn't know what I was watching and, as the only English speaker, I had no clue what was going on when a stream of (then) unknowns walked up to the front of the stage and began speaking in French and German about their film. As the film began, however, I soon realized that the people in front of the theater were actually the actors and filmmakers of this very good, very funny film that makes use of four or five or six or seven different kinds of camera throughout the film. I hope this film gets United States distribution, because I think it will do pretty well if marketed and sold to the American public.
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