DVD - 2006 | French
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"In this irreverent road movie, comedians Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern, who wrote, directed, and co-star, show distinct flair for understated physical comedy and defiantly nonpolitically correct humor. Two rural neighbors who hate each other come to blows one day on a farm and get tangled up in an agricultural tractor, leaving them both paralyzed, wheel-chair-bound, and simmering with spite. Rather than feel sorry for themselves, the embittered paraplegics decide to roll across Europe to seek revenge against the tractor’s manufacturer."--Container.
Publisher: [Fair Lawn, N.J.] : Film Movement ; Prince Frederick, Md. : distributed by RB Media, [2006]
Branch Call Number: DVD AAL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 90 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm


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Mar 15, 2014

looking forward to a comedy, I fell into this boring farce. much more about motocross than tractors, 2 men who remain adolescent use and abuse the kindness of strangers as they impossibly make their way from France to Finland. nothing subtle here. the old boys-will-be-boys routine, wheelchairs or not. the arrival at Aaltra was the only humorous scene in the whole movie.

Sep 30, 2013

This is a B&W film. I found the story to be very dark and the humour to be subtle and intelligent.


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Sep 30, 2013

In this pitch black comedy the rivalry between two neighbors escalates into an all out war. True a maintenance error on a tractor they both end up, paralyzed, in a wheelchair. It seems they are doomed to stay together. They no longer focus their rage on each other but on the manufacturer of the tractor, in Helsinki. So get ready for a hilarious wheelchair road movie (Cult Films)

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