DVD - 2007 | French
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Fiona is the manager of a fast-food restaurant. She lives comfortably and happily with her family in the suburbs. That is until the day she accidentally gets locked into a walk-in freezer. She escapes the next morning, half frozen and barely alive, only to realize that her husband and two children didn't even notice she was missing. But when Fiona develops an obsession for everything cold and icy--snow, polar bears, refrigerators, icebergs--she drops everything, climbs into a frozen goods delivery truck and leaves home. She heads for a real iceberg.


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Jul 18, 2015

generally I am not a fan of physical comedy, but this quirky film was very enjoyable.

Allisonmalt Dec 18, 2013

A perfect gem of a movie! If you like Amelie, The Artist or any of Wes Andersen's films you will be in heaven. So well choreographed.

narayanv Jun 22, 2012

This disc is scratched so it is not completely watchable

jdavidowitz Feb 23, 2012

Hilarious, even the comedic setups that you know will happen, you will still laugh. The bizarre nature of the setting adds to the humor. Even though this is not a Hollywood-style movie, the almost silent movie aspect and artfulness, the storyline is clear without razzle-dazzle special effects. Definitely recommended.

nycscribe Oct 19, 2011

Funny little movie. Strange and silly, but entertaining. I'd categorize this as a comedy/romance. Subtitles were easy to read, although there wasn't much speaking in it anyway. From the dvd packaging, it looks like a kids movie, but it I'd say it's for kids 10 years and older. Note: there's a few minutes of non-sexual nudity (male). Unexpected and funny, I recommend it when you want to watch a small, off-beat european film.


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