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  • Actors: Vincent Cassel, Olivier Barthelemy, Justine Lerooy
  • Directors: Romain Gavras
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Optimum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Aug. 2011
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00525QIZE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,917 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Remy (Vincent Cassel, Black Swan, La Haine, Ocean’s 13) and Patrick (Olivier Barthelemy, Mesrine: Public Enemy No. 1) are ostracised redheaded strangers who bond over their hatred of society. The sociopathic Remy manipulates Patrick into going on a roadtrip from France to Ireland, where Remy dreams he will assume the mantle of a redheaded messiah. They wreak havoc along the way.

This is the first feature film by Romain Gavras, director of M.I.A’s controversial “Born Free” music video. The striking and moody visuals are complimented by a score by electro artist SebastiAn.

Special Features:
  • Music videos by Romain Gavras: Born Free by M.I.A, Stress by Justice, Signatune by DJ Mehdi
  • Making of

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tommy Dooley TOP 50 REVIEWER on 7 Oct. 2011
Format: DVD
Yes this is a very unusual film, it stars (Oliver Bartelemy of "Mesrine" fame) as Remy; he is an immature adolescent who everyone seems to have a manic dislike to and the reason for that? Well it is pretty obvious, he is ` a ging-er' or any other pejorative term you wish to call someone who euphemistically often refers to themselves as `strawberry blonds'. His football team hate him, his sister despises him and his mum pretty much regrets the union of spirits that led to him being born into an unkind world.

He avoids reality by searching for love on the internet, once his self harming `girlfriend' says she will really harm herself, he sets of to save the day in a graveyard. En route (well this is French after all), he quite literally runs into Patrick - Vincent Cassell (`Black Swan' and 'Mesrine'). They sort of hook up and Patrick is a psychiatrist and decides to help Remy get his self respect back. First off they go for confrontational violence with the aim of initiating some meaningless but non the less, gratifying sex.

As Remy becomes emboldened he has a brain wave and that is that in Ireland everyone has red hair and so they will be Kings among men with their bright red `carrot tops', so off to the ferry and freedom!
This then is an often funny, violent, mad and very surreal film which takes us on a personal journey into a person's own shame. It has gay undertones, but they are a `red' herring (oh I should not have said that). It is probably one of those films that will have you raving or raging. What would be a plot hole in an ordinary film, is transferred to being part of the madness that this road trip of sorts takes us on.
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this dvd arrived on time in safe and secure wrapping. It was then sent unopened to my friend in Ibiza. He was very happy with it.
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After the likes of Mesrine and Irreversible I became a big Vincent Cassel fan. How excited I was when I first heard of this under-the-radar 'Our Day Will Come' so I snapped it up without thinking. I could not have been more disappointed with this poorly made incoherent mess of a film.

A depressed ginger loser (Olivier Barthelemy) is befriended by a sociopathic ginger psychiatrist (Vincent Cassel) who attempts to help him open up and realize his dream. His dream after seeing some gingers on a postcard of Ireland is to go to Ireland (from France) and "be with his people". So begins an uninteresting and utterly pointless journey of strange mediocre events culminating in ... well ultimately nothing.

You'll struggle to find anything worth watching or caring about as this awful movie goes absolutely nowhere, slowly.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Pointon on 31 July 2012
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I must big this film up because it only has two stars and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Two red haired men embark on an orgy of violent revenge against a world which they perceive as discriminating against them because of their hair colour.
This is a very leftfield film in the European art house tradition with some violent and disturbing scenes. If you are accustomed to films with a clear story with a beginning, middle and end where things are satisfactorily resolved this film will not be for you.
If, however you are willing to take a risk and want to see something unlike anything you ve seen before, give this a go. The work of Michael Haneke, Luis Bunuel, David Lynch, Russ Meyer, John Walters comes to mind watching this.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Johnson on 3 Nov. 2011
Format: DVD
I had high hopes for this film after viewing the trailer and the fact that Vincent Cassell takes a lead role. The film starts off well and we're intregued by Cassell's maniac character taking the young Remi under his odd wing. Remi is a deeply troubled teenager, confused, unconfident and a victim. The two men share a common victimisation and they begin to strike back against a society they see as punishing them for the way they are. Ok so this was building up nicely then the film just falls flat, the story doesn't really know ultimately where it's going and the offbeat notion of it is without message. I found myself looking at my watch towards the end of the film as I was becoming irritated with it to be honest. Apart from Cassell - avoid!.
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