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Réalité (2014)

Unrated | | Comedy | 1 May 2015 (USA)
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A wanna-be director is given 48 hours by a producer to find the best groan of pain, worthy of an Oscar, as the only condition to back his film.

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... Jason Tantra
... Bob Marshall
... Alice Tantra
... Reality
... Dennis
... Henri
... Zog
Lola Delon ... Zog's Assistant
... Mike
... Gaby
... Billie
... Blue
... Tony
... Award Presenter
... Awards Hostess
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A wanna-be director is given 48 hours by a producer to find the best groan of pain, worthy of an Oscar, as the only condition to back his film.

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Diaphana Films [France]

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Thomas Bangalter, one half of the band duo Daft Punk, makes a cameo appearance as a patient reading a magazine. See more »

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When Alain Chabat is going to his car to sleep, we can see him lower the seat and preparing his pillow, when he woke up from his dream, the seat is up and the pillow is not there anymore. See more »

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References Rubber (2010) See more »

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Music with Changing Parts
Music by Philip Glass
(C) 1970 Dunvagen Music Publishers
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Definitely an experience...
18 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

I've seen my fair share of confusing films throughout my life. But they're usually confusing in such different ways. I don't think i'd ever seen a film quite like this. It can definitely be enjoyable on a scene-to-scene basis, no doubt, but it can also leave you wondering just what exactly is going on. Does the film amount to anything? I'm not quite sure, but I did enjoy it. It's ded=finitely a very divisive film, one where people will either love or hate (and the reason I don't either is because I do think I'm more open tot his sort of thing. I wouldn't recommend this to all audiences (maybe not even to most) but I do think there is a lot of merit here.


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