Bigbug trailer reveals sci-fi movie from director Amélie Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Another renowned filmmaker makes his debut in the Netflix catalog. French Oscar nominated director Jean-Pierre Jeunet debuts with the streaming giant with a new teaser for Big bug, a sci-fi comedy that follows a group of people whose lives increasingly depend on robots and androids in 2050.
The first footage reveals that Jeunet’s eighth film will use a utopian approach, with brightly colored production and costumes, along with a healthy dose of cynicism and mechanical beings used for all human needs. The trailer also reveals that the director and screenwriter has decided to use a wide range of robots, from the most innocent to others with fully developed artificial intelligence, able to tell our underlying emotions with a simple swipe of the finger. ‘eye. Big bug seems to live up to Jeunet’s most famous works: a distinct look and with a weird feel, and we’re not complaining about that.
At the same time, the trailer also hints at some sort of revolt that is building up, indicating that the French director is set to once again criticize our way of life in the 21st century, much like he does. did in his previous (and well-loved) films like Amelie and deli. Big bug is first scheduled for Netflix in early February, and its distribution includes Dominique pinon, Francois Levantal, Isabelle Nanty, Elsa Zylberstein, Youssef Hajdi, and Alban Lenoir.
Big bug will be Jeunet’s first feature film since 2015 – the filmmaker has not directed a project since 2015 Casanova, which was made directly for television. Before that, the last Jeunet project released in theaters was that of 2013 The young and prodigious TS Spivet. The return of Jeunet is already awaited by European and cult film buffs around the world.
Big bug premieres on Netflix on February 11. Check out the brand new teaser below:
here is Big bugthe official summary of:
In 2050, artificial intelligence is everywhere. So much so that humanity relies on it to satisfy all its needs and all its desires – even the most secret and wicked …
In a quiet residential area, four domestic robots suddenly decide to take their masters hostage in their own home. Locked together, a not-so-blended family, an intrusive neighbor and her enterprising sex robot are now forced to put up with each other in an increasingly hysterical atmosphere! While outside, the Yonyx, the latest generation of androids, try to take over. As the threat draws closer, the humans look away, become jealous, and kill each other under the bewildered eyes of their indoor robots. Maybe it’s the robots that have a soul – or not!
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