Daniel (aka Microbe, Ange Dargent) is a shy boy, often lost in the his drawings. Theo (aka Gasoline, Théophile Baquet) is a smart, inventive kid, who arrives at school in the middle of the year. The two instantly become great friends, and as the summer holidays draw closer, they both know that neither wants to spend two months with their respective families. Thanks to a lawnmower engine and a few planks, they build their own "car" and set off an adventure on the roads of France...
I only watch Freench/continental films, but
- Microbe and Gasoline review by MB
This film was about two youngsters, which was the wrong age setting for me, only watched part of it, because it did not reflect old school French culture as used it used to do before it started to make american style , sex violent drugs base ball caps and all socially useless manifestations of a morally bankrupt depraved war mongering so called society.