Things go badly for a small film crew shooting a low budget zombie movie when they are attacked by real zombies.
The government is asking Eiffel to design something spectacular for the 1889 Paris World Fair, but Eiffel simply wants to design the subway. Suddenly, everything changes when Eiffel crosses paths with a mysterious woman from his past.
Jacques lives in a small town where all the inhabitants were put on straw stock following a dismissal. The factory closed, his girlfriend is gone and debts accumulate. So when the Mafia bookmaker corner, asked him to kill his wife, Jacques gladly accept ...
A young woman (rising French star Anaïs Demoustier) makes a surprising discovery about the husband (Romain Duris) of her late best friend, in acclaimed director François Ozon’s witty and moving follow-up to last year’s Festival hit Young & Beautiful. Like the wittiest dinner guest imaginable, François Ozon tells tales that sizzle. Lust, longing, and broken taboos fill his scenarios, all relayed with precision and style. Last year's Jeune & jolie (Young & Beautiful) provoked both pleasure and censure with its story of a wilful teen prostitute.
From the creative mind of Michel Gondry, and starring Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris MOOD INDIGO is a delightful French fantasy romance based on Boris Vian's 1947 novel "L'Écume des jours".