Incredible But True

2022 [FRENCH]

Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Mystery

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Michel Hazanavicius Photo
Michel Hazanavicius as Le photographe de mode
Léa Drucker Photo
Léa Drucker as Marie Duval
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675.16 MB
French 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 13 min
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1.35 GB
French 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 13 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp9 / 10

Age not wise

Quentin Dupieux - I assume you have heard from him. Even better if you have seen a movie or two he has done. If not - well you are in for a treat. A treat that you might like - you hopefully like that is. It is tough to describe or talk about the story when it comes to his movies. Still this is one of the ones that I guess you could say makes sense.

Sense if you are open to the supernatural other dimensions and time travel. Sounds like a lot - maybe I packed more in there than needed ... but one thing is for sure: you have to be open minded. Even more open minded than the husband. But way less than his wife ... or at least less enthusiastic that is.

Japanese inventions, ladders to "infinity" and more crazy stuff can be found here. And all is more or less accepted as part of the world the character live in. Really good acting and shorter than 80 minutes this is a delight to say the least.

Reviewed by Aatchoum9 / 10

The myth of eternal youth

The myth of eternal youth as seen by Quentin Dupieux. Original and quite funny, and also a little sad since eternal youth is a myth. With excellent performers, in particular Alain Chabat, Lea Drucker, Benoît Magimel and Anaïs Demoustier.

Reviewed by ayoreinf9 / 10

Why do we need gadgets?

This brilliant short long movie (74 minutes) is defined as comedy drama fantasy. In fact it's a sci-fi satire but since fantasy and sci-fi are next of kin I'll accept the term. As for comedy drama - it's a non term to begin with but satire seem to confuse many since it uses humor as its main weapon.

That was all I'll speak about definitions, regarding the movie itself - like all good sci-fi it speaks about the world we live in and more specifically about our gadget worshiping culture. We get here two gadgets one is straightforward gadget - mechanical - Japanese namely coming from the country in which gadgets are the new state religion so it's a gadget with a kosher stamp on it. The other gadget is more of an unexplained device, but as far as I'm concerned it works just like a gadget. It performs a very special trick which the movie accepts as true - unbelievable but true - as the movie title's declares. And its being used by one of the leads in the movie just like any other gadget, so that the way I'll refer to it. As a rule - and that's the reason we get two gadgets in the movie so we can establish a rule and not discuss an episode of a sort - gadgets are born from voids in our lives we need to fill - but voids tend to remain empty no matter how much one tries to fill them. Here lies the problem - trying to fill a void can quickly become an addiction and addictions are dangerous.

So if the fact we all know addictions are dangerous means that this movie is predictable - not really - it means that it establishes its own set of rules and quickly demonstrates to us how these rules correspond with the rules we live by and bring about the same results, for me that's not being predictable but rather brilliant script writing. Combine this with very good acting performances with Lea Drucker topping the list, with very efficient camera work that doesn't need any cinematic fireworks but does deliver. And in my personal book you get a near masterpiece. Go see it - Quentin Dupieux is a director to watch.

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