Why is anarchy so appealing? What's the trigger that stops people from suffering in silence and makes them decide on extreme action? Do we need other people to be that trigger? I've seen a lot of road movies that go this way, because there's something very appealing about being free from all your responsibilities. To be truly alive. And then you wake up.
I really liked the movie's intent but I can't neglect the fact that a good idea does not necessarily make a good movie. Cassel however shines and some scenes are excellent in their absurdness but it does not work very well on a whole.
A completely bonkers satirical tale on identity, power and stereotypes. Yes, it is pretty incoherent at some places but it really kinda helps the film as a whole. This film is completely unpredictable. It is a manifesto of absolute anarchy that I will never forget. Also, seeing Vincent Cassel not giving a shit about anything has never been so much entertaining. It is pretty fucking hilarious.
Some films simply transcend genre. You cannot watch and say, oh, it reminds me of this or it was clearly influenced by that. You'd also be hard pressed to provide a simple synopsis to someone who has not seen it. Any synopsis would seem ridiculous. Yet the experience was wondrous.