An unexpected discovery in the kitchen trap of a condemned Montreal house proves the catalyst for a madcap journey into the past in this comedy that proves old homes can still contain a few shocking surprises. Upon exploring a typical Montreal house that is about to be razed, a curious building inspector finds more than he ever bargained for and immediately phones the landlord. Later, as the pair sits tight in waiting for the police to arrive, the viewer is taken on a frantic voyage through the past fifteen years of eccentric tenants and strange goings on. It seems that everyone who has even lived in this home has had their fair share of quirks, and from the jobless man with a million excuses for his lack of employment to the wannabe parents seeking a suitable sperm donor, the couple that misplaced a valuable painting, the retired boxer who challenged his boyfriend's daughter to a playful bout of sparring, and the thief who plotted out the robbery of his own apartment, there's no telling how this curious item ended up where it did. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi … More
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A convoluted, shallow and altogether amusing riff on director Simon-Olivier Fecteau's trademark short film shooting style. Neatly cut together and full of zingy dialogue, this pointless story is very tolerable for the sole reason that it presents an all-you-can-eat buffet of likeable Quebec actors that operate on the 'don't worry, have fun' mode.More
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