This biting parody reflects on what authenticity is worth in this post-modern world. The opening scene even has a witty cameo for French President Emmanuel Macron.
This biting parody reflects on what authenticity is worth in this post-modern world. It is only after France is involved in a car accident, that she realises that her deeds do have serious consequences. Her bubble finally starts to burst. Dumont plays with the relationship between entertainment and reality, to such an extent that the whole film almost feels like a façade. He turns the whole of France into a hall of mirrors, distorting and exaggerating the ugliest aspects of the country.