BigBug, the new movie by Jean-Pierre Junet arrives on Netflix

BigBug, the new movie by Jean-Pierre Junet arrives on Netflix

After 2021 is over, big thanks to Don’t Look (Cosmic Denial)Netflix is ​​about to kick off 2022 with another much-anticipated satirical comedy: huge insect. A French film with global ambitions, simply because it is the new feature film by Jean-Pierre Jounieh (The Fabulous Fate of Amelie Boleyn, City of Lost Children…). This time, it takes us to a not so distant future where robots have taken control…

Netflix’s n red as the carpet. This is undoubtedly the reason why the biggest movie stars met there a few years ago, with actresses and model appearing in films produced by the most popular streaming platforms, but also the directors who shoot their films there. after Irish Scorsese, Rome Alfonso Cuaron, oh OK From Bong Joon-ho, these are two other Oscar-winning Hollywood personalities who recently released their latest movie on Netflix. First of all, Jane Campion dog power (with Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst) and Adam McKay for Don’t Look (Cosmic Denial)The movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, caused a lot of talk.

Next to the mass production of films in a not very dangerous situation (Spenser Confidential, 6 Underground, Tyler Rake, Red Notice…), Netflix also knows how to position itself in a more independent and rigorous cinematic niche. And the release of Jean-Pierre Jounieh’s upcoming film, dedicated exclusively to the platform that makes “TUDUM”, is unlikely to reflect this trend…

So there is a common point between finisherAnd matrix and Jean-Pierre Jounieh. And we never thought we’d write that one day. But the legendary director behind the classics City of Lost Children where The Wonderful Destiny of Emily Pauline, will be interested in a topic that has fascinated science fiction for a long time: the uprising of the machines. Because his next movie, huge insect, set in the year 2045, and will follow the (mis)adventures of a family stuck at home with their inner robots, while the Yonex revolution, the new robots, rages outside…

Artificial intelligence and human comedy

In the cast we find Elsa Zylberstein, Isabelle Nanty, Stéphane De Groodt or Youssef El Hajdi, which announces the tone of the film, a true satirical comedy about artificial intelligence. as in Wall-EHumans have relied so much on technological advances that they are no longer able to do much without their helpers, who are no longer just vocal, but physical as well. Very physically, if we believe the trailer that shows us the sexual robot of neighbor Françoise (Isabelle Nante), always ready to serve and perform abuse …

after Makemax In 2009, Jean-Pierre Jeon returned to the field of comedy, and above all was preparing to unveil his first film since 2013 and The extravagant journey of the amazing young woman TS Spivet. The director is accustomed to very long movie titles, and also returns to the one-word title for the first time since his first movie, delicatessenReleased in 1991. Do we see a new beginning or a renaissance? Anyway, from his first photos we get to know his very own artistic touch, and we can’t wait to see if he’s like Yonix, this robot with a naughty RoboCop look, proclaiming it, ‘Humans became optional’. Reply on February 11th exclusively on Netflix.

source : Netflix

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