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Deerskin the Parisian composer, DJ and filmmaker Quentin Dupieux is a regular at the Sitges Festival. After Under Deerskin arrest (Au Poste), last year, he returns with a low-budget film and few actors shot in the Aspe Valley, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, in the beautiful mountain town of Sarrance, although the film does not specify where the story happens. The film is titled Le Daim (Deerskin), and it features in the main cast Jean Dujardin (Georges), famous since he won the Oscar for The Artist, and Adèle Haenel (Denise), whom we recently saw at 120 beats per minute. , A people and their king, and Portrait of a woman on fire.

Dupieux remains faithful to his intention of leaving the viewer stunned by sheer absurdity and unexpected situations, which are more shocking, although he seems to be abandoning the structure of his wildest films, some fascinating such as the masterful Realité, or Wrong, where the metafiction was completely evident and managed to mix the real and the virtual of television and cinematographic images to the point of breaking with all possible logic. In Le Daim, the metafiction is limited to viewing on the screen of an old digital camera what Georges films with it, a series of improvisations with the locals, a transcript of cinema verité, while he plays a filmmaker in the streets of that town of mountain where nobody seems to know anything. But for the rest, the story is linear and there is no abstraction or situations closer to the symbolic or dreamlike; the record is plausible although of course what happens is unheard of.

Duration: 77 min


IMDb: 6.7