Let My People Go! (2011) Foreign Trailer
Foreign trailer for Let My People Go!
In Finland, a few days before Passover, a series of misunderstandings result in the breakup of a Frenchman and his Finnish lover, sending the former reeling back to Paris and his dysfunctional family just in time for the Jewish holiday. Lavish to behold, this absurdist comedy offers an inspired marriage of camp and farce that both celebrates and sends up gay and Jewish stereotypes. Reuben is the spoiled scion of a French dry cleaning empire, who went to Finland for an M.A. in comparative sauna cultures and wound up as a village postman in order to stay with hunky blond boyfriend Teemu. Unhappy and bored in his Paris exile, Reuben visits the Out of Egypt nightclub where an unexpected encounter with an aging pillar of the Jewish community sparks another series of misadventures.
- Posted: January 16, 2012
- Director: Mikael Buch
- Writer: Christophe Honoré
- Studio: Unknown
- Release: December 28, 2011
- Cast: Nicolas Maury, Carmen Maura, Jean François Stevenin
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