Quarter to Two Before Jesus Christ (1982)

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Rahatlocum is a North African Roman colony where Julius Caesar came to spend an expensive holiday. The revolt rumbles among the small people who find a leader in the person of Ben-Hur Marcel.


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20 May 2020 | johnpierrepatrick
4
| More a clownery than a comedy
First, a non-French may have quite a few difficulties to detect / understand every reference (I'll take the example of the "CRS" - acronym of Roman security guards but also used to name well-known specialized police forces). Yes there are funny and well thought anachronisms. They were actually the biggest interest I found, as the movie was crowded by it, the game was to detect more than the friends you were watching it with (Don't watch it alone!)

But the movie is merely a succession of sketches, only a few funny. Overuses clichés and stereotypes. It surfs (and really a too long time) of the previous huge success Michel Serrault had with "La cage aux folles".

In a few words: comical - at some occasions, appalling - often

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Release Date:

6 October 1982

Language

French


Country of Origin

France

Filming Locations

Monastir, Tunisia

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