Shot in northern France areas that bring out the films of Bruno Dumont, this in fact guaranteed debut by Romain Gavras (child of highlights a sort of rebel/no-nonsense posing that soon becomes quite tedious. Vincent Cassel plays Patrick, an advisor cum-advocate; one of his customers is an agitated youth called Rémy. They make them thing in like manner: they both have red hair and show up implicitly to choose they have a common affair of separation on these grounds. So they go on the run together, with an insane arrangement to go to Ireland on the premise that redheads are all around treated there.
Cassel is apparently the publication kid for this sort of fierce silver screen, yet it’s a street motion picture that comes up short on street and out of thoughts.