Les Méchants: trailer for Mouloud Achour’s first comedy with Djimo and Romain Frayssinet

A parody (barely?) With Samy Naceri, Mathieu Kassovitz, Ludivine Sagnier, Anthony Bajon, Kyan Khojandi, Fary, Alexis Manenti …

Imagine the meeting between Simply black, Bad buzz and France by Bruno Dumont: in any case, that’s the feeling you get when you see the trailer for the Bad guys, in theaters on September 8. The first summary sets the tone: “After stealing a video game console from migrants, Sébastien tries to sell it to Patrick, a nice guy. So far, nothing really bad. But when a rapper has just come out of prison, a television presenter desperates to create the buzz and click traffickers get involved … Patrick and Sébastien become the most wanted Villains in France. “ The film wants to go through the mill (barely) parody social networks, controversies on TV sets with self-proclaimed experts, rap, religion, politics … The film, co-directed by Dominique Baumard ( screenwriter of Ride youth with Eric Judor and The Third War also with Anthony Bajon) and Mouloud Achour, brings together what the Anglo-Saxons call a “cast ensemble”: Samy Naceri, Mathieu Kassovitz, Ludivine Sagnier, Anthony Bajon, Kyan Khojandi, Fary, Alexis Manenti (César for Best male hope for his role as a cop in Wretched), Heuss the bastard (whose song gives the title to the film) … and in the main roles, two comic columnists in the program Clique d’Achour, Djimo and Romain Frayssinet. Even if it’s not your thing, there is at least a very good valve at the end of a controversy between Fary and Alban Ivanov regarding anti-oxidant juice. You have it ?

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