This is the story of two half brothers, played by Benoît Poelvoorde and Albert Dupontel. The first has become “the oldest punk dog in Europe,” and the second, good boy and full of future business, goes wrong following his dismissal / divorce … In short, the brother’s parents (Brigitte Fontaine and Areski Belkacem) want more of them. How do they get rid of these two sons? By revealing the identity of their father. The two leave for a road trip to find him. —evene.fr
Benoît Delépine (30 August 1958 –) is a French comedian and film director. He is known for his satirical activities on TV channel Canal+.
Director of the TV program Guignols de l’info for many years, he currently writes TV programs about the fictional country of Groland. He also plays the cynical journalist-reporter Mickael Kael.
In the cinema, Delépine has written and performed in two films. Mickael Kael contre la World News Company, a chess commercial, reprising two elements of the fictional career of the director: his role as a reporter for Groland and the World Company, which he contributed to create for Les Guignols.
In 2004, Aaltra, which he wrote, directed, and starred in with Gustave de Kervern enjoyed critical success. The two companions from the Groland adventure wrote and directed it as a road movie where two enemies travel the roads of northern France and Finland following an accident. Also with Gustave Kervern, he has directed and starred in Avida… read more
Gustave de Kervern (born 1962) is a French film actor, director and screenwriter. He is best known for his collaboration with Benoit Delepine. In 2004 he wrote, directed, and starred in Aaltra with Benoit Delepine. Also with Delepine, he has directed and starred in Avida, which was screened out of competition at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. The duos film Louise-Michel won a Special Jury Prize at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Their latest film Mammuth starred Gérard Depardieu and Isabelle Adjani. It was nominated for the Golden Bear award at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. —Wikipedia
“De vous à moi, il ne faut jamais ouvrir de compte joint. L’amour doit garder une part de mystère” " – Ils sont où les gens, hein? – Chais pas. – Ils sont plus dans les usines, ils sont plus dans les champs, ils sont plus dans les églises, alors, ils sont où? – Ils sont chez eux. Ils sont tout seuls et ils sont chez eux"
A bit "lighter" (joke not intended, those who saw the movie will understand) than their previous film, but still a good slice of laugh, humanity and dark humor. The most epic scene with a hung man I've ever seen is in this one. I'm eager to see what is next after hearing them on France culture (you can still find their interview on France Culture's website for a week or less if I remember well).