Remy (Vincent Cassel) and Patrick (Olivier Barthelemy) are ostracised redheaded strangers who bond over their hatred of society. The sociopathic Remy manipulates Patrick into going on a roadtrip from France to Ireland, where Remy dreams he will assume the mantle of a redheaded messiah. They leave a bloody trail of terror and chaos along the way.
Bonkers Ginger French Caper
- Our Day Will Come review by PV
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This is the kind of pseudo-intellectual mad as cats bonkers film only the French could make. But for all its failing and pretensions, I found it interesting to watch - (more interesting that most Hollywood drivel)- though a bit unpleasant and pointless at times. Just why the French so love the middle aged male intellecctuals so much? Old drunk men who are academics or psychoanalysts really are not at all interesting or to be admired!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And one question: where were the police in this movie? Does France not have any Gendarmes any more??????????????? BUT the biggest issue by far in this movie is this: the two guys are supposed to be redheads persecuted by society; in fact, one has light brown hair and the other's is auburn/titian! In the UK they would not be called ginger at all!!!!!That is a big visual error in this movie!!!! Oh, and also, Ireland is NOT 100% full of ginger people either: the UK is about 5%, I think, with Ireland and Scotland between 5 and 10%.................. With this film on the DVD extras you get MIAs 'Our Day Will Come ' videa set in the US by the same director - much better than this movie, really.