As he dreams of moving to Australia with his daughter to become a pastry chef, a Parisian small-time drug dealer accepts a one-time only, big cocaine deal. What starts as a simple score becomes a tale of survival in the local criminal underworld.
Jean Luc Herbulot
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I really loved this movie. I expected it to be odd and slow, knowing that the director was the AD on songs from the second floor which was the weirdest movie I've ever seen. And it didn't disappoint. I loved the camera movement and the sound was perfectly haunting. The main character was incredibly likable if completely perplexing. What made this movie interesting for me were all the odd characters the dealer was forced to deal with. That first scene when he runs into the guy in the tooth outfit was damn funny and just set the stage for a wandering and depressing story. I love that kind of stuff. But the main reason I'm writing this is to ask if anyone knows what song was playing during the credits. I would love to know...
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