Available October 10 2019
It’s been seven years since Jean Dujardin charmed his way to an Oscar for his sparkling turn in The Artist, and since then few films have made optimum use of his star presence. This has been rectified with I Feel Good, the new film from directors Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern, a quirky anti-capitalist comedy that delivers a Dujardin performance of unmistakably x-factor charm and complexity.
As established in the OSS series, Dujardin has a knack for playing the dashing idiot: here he is Jacques, an unstable ne’er-do-well with perennial delusions of grandeur. The circumstances behind his fall from grace are metered out gradually, alongside the story of his long-suffering sister Monique... More »