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Thomas and Thomas are going through a rough patch: they are both thirty-something actors living in Paris. They randomly decide to leave the city and fly away to Kullorsuaq, one of the most remote villages of Greenland, where Thomas' father Nathan lives. Among the Inuit community, they will discover the charms of the local customs and their friendship will be challenged.Written by
Dunno why but sounds like the French filmmakers are probably the best in making this kind of 'cool comedy' for the lack of a better phrase!? :D
this is surely not the kind of movie you'd find selling hundreds of thousands in any global currency ... (not even in French Franks for sure, much less to sell in millions and certainly NOT in billions!) but for those who do 'understand' this sub-genre of (let's call it French-) comedy, it is quite enjoyable especially with the rather odd and somewhat rare choice of location and dealing with a small colony of a perhaps declining-in-numbers ethnic people others around the world know little to nothing about ...
not so curiously, even though this is a comedy movie, you wouldn't find many OBVIOUS funny scenes in it really but the few that are there, are worthy enough of a memorable watch ...
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