13 December 2007 | kinoouf
A film like no other, about art and humanity, with a lot of humor.
"Je me fais rare" is an excellent movie. I haven't seen any of that kind before. It's hilarious, and yet deep and also bitter. As if Woody Allen and Nanni Moretti had lunch together, and Godard came for desert. What I appreciated the most is the fact that the main character, Daniel Danite, is very infatuated, almost preposterous, but we learn to like him little by little, as the movie goes on, mainly because he is kind and accurate. A lot is told about cinema, art, humanity, love, friendship in a film that is supposed to be an underground comedy. (great scenes with Michel, the assistant director, and Penelope, the woman editor, great scene with a false porno actor) This film proves that it is hard to kill cinema as an art-form, and that without millions , you can do a very witty and intelligent movie that is also entertaining and above all, funny. A must see for all cinema lovers.