Je Vais Bien, Ne T'en Fais Pas (Don't Worry, I'm Fine) Reviews
You are lead to believe at the beginning that the film is a simple missing person's story, which usual ends with a family member or lover as the offender. "Don't Worry, I'm Fine" instead chooses to go off on dull tangents for instance the protagonist having an eating disorder and beginning a relationship. Neither of these subplots are very interesting and feel like you're slowly being drowned by boredom as not much happens during these 70 minuets. You are constantly waiting to find out what has happened to the missing brother and are rewarded with your patience with an ending that leads you to believe that the writer was on crack.
To save audiences 92 minutes of their lives the title of the movie should have been "Don't worry, I'm shit".
On a lighter note; the acting was good.