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aka MIC MACS A TIRE-LARIGOT
USA: Sony Pictures Classics
UK: E1 Films
Cast: Dany Boon, Andre Dussollier, Omar Sy, Dominique Pinon, Julie Ferrier, Nicolas Marie, Marie-Julie Baup, Michel Cremades, Yolande Moreau, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Urbain Cancelier, Patrick Paroux, Jean-Pierre Becker, Stephane Butet, Philippe Girard, Doudou Masta, Emy Levy, Eric Naggar, Arsene Mosca, Manon Le Moal
Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Language: French (English subtitles)
USA & UK: 104 mins
USA Rated: R for some sexuality and brief violence
UK Certificate: 12A contains moderate violence and sex and references to hard drugs
USA Release Date: 4 June 2010 (Limited Release - Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Diego and San Francisco)
USA Release Date: 28 May 2010 (Limited Release - New York)
UK Release Date: 26 February 2010
UK DVD/Blu-ray Release Date: 21 June 2010
MICMACS is the latest dazzlingly cinematic outing from Jean-Pierre Jeunet (AMELIE, DELICATESSEN), a satire on the arms trade which grounds this director's cinema of fantasy firmly in reality.
Bazil (Dany Boon) is the son of a bomb disposal expert who died on a job in Morocco. Years later, Bazil is struck by a stray bullet, which remains lodged in his head, leading to some strange side effects. Bazil doesn't have much luck with weapons. The first made him an orphan, the second holds him on the brink of sudden and instant death.
Released from the hospital, Bazil is homeless but adopted by a motley crew of secondhand dealers living in a veritable Ali Baba's cave, whose talents and aspirations are as surprising as they are diverse: Remington (Omar Sy), Calculator (Marie-Julie Baup), Buster (Dominique Pinon), Slammer (Jean-Pierre Marielle), Elastic Girl (Julie Ferrier), Tiny Pete (Michel Cremades) and Mama Chow (Yolande Moreau).
With his team of misfits he sets out on a quest to bring down those he holds responsible for his misfortunes. Breathtaking and inventive, with pacy, edge-of-the-seat storytelling, MICMACS has no end of visual gags and witty wordplay.
DVD / BLU-RAY EXTRAS
Interview with Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet