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Slack Bay

Slack Bay

Slack Bay is a 2016 French comedy film directed by Bruno Dumont. It was selected to compete for the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. The film is set in a coastal town in north France in 1910. The film was shot in several locations in the Pas-de-Calais place. The bourgeois and every one of eccentric Van Peteghem associates-accompanied by them Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi-have decided in for other summer at their cliff-peak villa overlooking the picturesque Slack Bay. Their leisurely rhythm of sunbathing and seaside constitutionals is soon interrupted by the arrival of two bumbling inspectors investigating a string of tourists related to missing (and serving full-coarsely Keystone Kops). As the macabre mysteries mount and worship blossoms in the middle of the relatives’s genderqueer teenager and the son of a local fisherman, Binoche and company ratchet the slapstick happening to eleven. It’s no astonishment director Bruno Dumont (Li’l Quinquin, Camille Claudel 1915) cites Peter Sellers, Monty Python, and Laurel and Hardy as cinematic influences for his gorgeous foray into winking, absurdist silliness.

Duration: 122 min

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IMDb: 6.1

Slack Bay
Slack Bay
Slack Bay
Slack Bay

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