2 December 2010 | leplatypus
Preamble: If you are deaf or hard of hearing, don't waste time watching french production because our DVDs aren't subtitled. Thus, if you want to watch a one-man show, it's useless! Now, i come to understand why life on earth is a hell because if such an easy task that means so much for a minority can be skipped, then the fundamental situations are left over.
Now, my review: I give high praises to Mickael Youn because for me, it's actually the best comic person in France. Sure, his fun is special, not intelligent, rather vulgar but he makes me laugh and that's what I expect! His strenght, in comparison to all other "funny" people is that, as Peter Pan and me, he hasn't grown up. He is an old teen and he does what teens do for fun!
In addition, he is really talented as an actor because he can embodies a lot of different characters. In this show, the funniest moments are when he plays an old prostitute, a young female fan, or the simple minded Victor. When he is himself, his jokes about the show business aren't less interesting maybe because he has a really problem with celebrity!
Another of his assets is that he is multi-talented because he can write and sing some great tubes heard in his show!
Finally, for a beginner, his first show shows a very high potential!
The extras of the DVD are a bit long even though you can see that he can be as charming and helpful than speedy and unquiet!