"It’s considered a masterpiece, the book, so the comparison would be hard."
Michel Gondry in a video store is the new kid in a candy store.
Bring your translator and sense of wonder.
It is so pretty and so whimsical.
It's about a mouse who gives haircuts — go figure.
Once again, Gondry lets his freak flag fly, and we want in.
Get on the bus.
We'll take a cab, thanks!
Watch the video.
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Oh, those wacky French directors.
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"When they tried the costumes on, everything fit Jay perfectly because he's this handsome boy. And Seth was very embarrassed."
From the January 14 Michel Gondry film, starring Seth Rogen.
Seth Rogen knows how; it's his specialty.
Seth Rogen film moved from its Christmas 2010 slot.
The visionary director turns the camera on his own family.
Plus: Heidi Montag's best day ever.
It's got an appealingly DIY feel and a marching rainbow of extras.
"I wasn't interested in just being a straight-up bad guy who was killing people willy-nilly."