Filmgebeuren110' - 1972 - Comedy
Director: Claude Faraldo Composer: Harald Maury With: Michel Piccoli, Béatrice Romand, Marilù Tolo, Coluche, Patrick Dewaere
This extraordinary romp uses no language whatever, except gestures and grunts. When Themroc rebels against the dull conformity of his life with flamboyant anarchistic splendor, the whole world quickly goes howling mad. His day starts, as usual, when his mother more-or-less drags him out of bed and kicks him out the door to go to his factory job, which supports them all. At the factory, when he is called onto the carpet, he quits (but not before fondling the boss's secretary). Back at home, he makes love to his sister and then transforms the family's apartment into a more primitive abode. The conditions of the stone-age quickly return.
Michel Piccoli, Béatrice Romand, Marilù Tolo, Coluche, Patrick Dewaere
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