Loic and Seb are a couple living in Paris's gay district, the Marais. Seb is the owner of the district's most trendy, chic and camp nightclub. It's a world devoid of judging eyes where the ... See full summary »
I saw this movie in theater in the first week of its release, with about only three other patrons in a huge theater. One reason for this lack of interest from mainstream public could be related to the fact that this this movie CELEBRATES GAYNESS, quite literally and at length at times. Saying this, I cannot be sure that it was the only intention of the creators. If such kind of agenda is irrelevant to you, it could be quite interesting as an absurdist happening kindathing. There is a great scene with a "turk" pianist. Transplanting the female lead from "Pedale Douce" is another ioneskian bit, this is not a sequel by any stretch of imagination. So, if you have some spare time on your hands it is not so bad to spend it on this piece, however such things are usually only good for fresh "shock and awe" showing, I doubt I would enjoy watching it again.