The French "With Nail and I", "Les Apprentis" is an anarchic and hilarious tale of two Parisian slackers; Frederic (Guillaume Depardieu - who won a Ceser for his performance), a shy young engine geek, and Antoine (Francois Cluzet), a hypochondriac playwright who serially fails to write a letter to the woman he loves. They live for free in a squalid flat spending their time on drunken antics and surviving on the meagre income derived from Antoine's ad hoc journalism and Frederic's pretty thievery. Their life falls apart when their absentee landlord casually announces hes Grandfather is selling the flat and they must move out. Things are further complicated when Frederic falls for Agnes (Marie Trintignant), an angelic young actress and pretends to be a brilliant photographer in order to befriend her. With a vibrant soundtrack and cracking performance, Pierre Salvadori's "Les Apprentis" is a wonderfully refreshing film that broke French box office records on its release. A must see.