CRITICISM – The Palmashow duo canned the ruthless and stupid universe of television games through the journey of a gifted figures and a karaoke lover. A couple out of tune that hits the bull’s eye in this tenderly off-the-wall film.
Grégoire Ludig and David Marsais are back home after a stay with Quentin Dupieux. In mandibles , a superb eulogy of idiocy, the comedy duo from the Palmashow had a genius idea: to become rich by training a fly the size of a dog found in the trunk of a stolen car. Their naive, not to say stupid, characters happily roam the absurd and crazy universe of Dupieux. With The stars , we find them on their favorite playground, wiser and more marked out. That of the television parody which made the reputation of the Palmashow on the net as on television.
Degenerate children of TV, born in the 1980s and fed with cathodic programs, Ludig, Marsais and their director Jonathan Barré never tire of caricaturing the shows that monopolize the available brain time. One might think the vein exhausted, exploited in particular brilliantly in the 1990s by Les Nuls and Les Inconnus. The Palmashow reminds us that no, the…