Our review of At the Same Time: Politics, What a Show!

CRITICISM – The new film by Gustave Kerven and Benoît Delépine features Jonathan Cohen and Vincent Macaigne as elected officials with divergent tendencies who find themselves glued to each other. A comedy full of humor.

Whole. Kervern and Delépine took the slogan literally. In their film, two elected officials whom everything opposes find themselves glued to each other. We say to ourselves that the convergence of struggles has perverse effects. That’s not entirely accurate. They were victims of feminist activists who caught them in a hostess bar. The right-wing mayor was trying to convince the environmental activist to vote for his amusement park project. Transforming a forest into a recreation area, no way. Here they are, therefore, stuck in a position that could not be more ambiguous.

That, they should never have gone to this night establishment called the IMF. But all means were good for the climber clinging to his chair. Yell at his driver who parked in a place for the disabled, get his opponent drunk during a dinner at the restaurant, let’s go. This cynic is nowhere near that. It says everything and the opposite of everything. You have to see them, forced to walk together, trying to explain…

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