This was absolutely surreal and such a pleasant find. It has the charm of Amelie, the dark plot of Sweeney Todd and some scenes you might claim to have come straight from Shape of Water. (But of course, this came first.) Who knew that cannibalism served at its finest would work so well with the right amount of comedy? Oh, such unapologetic slapstick goodness that will surely make you exclaim “what the fuck” and laugh at the surprising ridiculousness of it afterward. The result of the juxtaposed slapstick and gore is a peculiar, well-detailed portrait of a dystopian France with well-written characters you will no sooner forget.
Definitely my new definition of "a good time."