Romain Duris is a horny, whiny, man-baby in Barcelona for two hours. That’s it. That’s the movie.
This film is so bizarre to me. If I didn’t know before watching this, I would have said it was an adaptation of a comic book. The filmmaking style has multi-screen views and overlapping elements that are exactly like in comics. But instead of saving humanity or something noble, Xavier learns to speak Spanish and how to do sex real good from a wise lesbian couple.
Also, this film needle drops Radiohead’s No Surprises, not once, not twice, but three glorious times. Qulle ennui!