This film is short enough to be painless to sit through, but eventful enough to make it memorable. Basically the whole movie takes place in a cafeteria, where we get to take a peek into the personal life of all the customers, from the way they interact (or not) with each other.
The waiter, however, seems to obtain the knowledge of a magical desert (thus the title), with which he can change the mind of all others, and change the upcoming events drastically. This, by the way shouldn't be taken by word, it's not entirely clear how this works, but it does.
Not a very complicated film, but heartwarming, fun, and a little bizarre. If the acing, and strange twists of events doesn't bring a smile on your face, the closing musical number surely will.
(on a side-note, this film was shown before screenings of Triplets du Belleville, I guess due to it's tongue in cheek, satiric attitude)
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