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74. The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman (En Passant Pécho: Les Carottes Sont Cuites); movie review.

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THE MISADVENTURES OF HEDI AND COKEMAN (EN PASSANT PÉCHO: LES CAROTTES SONT CUITES)
Cert 15
100 mins
BBFC advice: Sexual violence, nudity, sex references, language, discrimination, drug misuse

Good grief. Drugged up, self-obsessed, thick-as-a-brick characters screaming at each other for more than an hour and a half.
If this is what makes young people laugh nowadays, I am glad that I am old.
The Misadventures of Hedi and Cokeman is an awful film, reaching down to the lowest common denominator of humour.
Apparently, the film-makers wanted to push barriers because they believe comedy has become too politically correct.
That may or may not be true but one point is incontestible - it needs to be funny to be called comedy at all.
Julien Royal's film is as hilarious as a bad case of gout.
It stars Hedi Bouchenafa and Nassim Lyes as the title characters - two best friends who are after a fast buck and, in Cokeman's case, even faster sex and maybe a fight too.
He doesn't discriminate on who he beats up or with whom he has rumpy-pumpy - they can be men or women and he is always available for action because all he wears is a fur coat and a pair of white y-fronts.
In fact, the only apparel change he makes in the whole movie is the colour of his underpants.
The pair sell drugs from wherever they can get them and atrociously bully those who buy from them or work for them while being kicked around by those who provide their stashes.
The latter include Hedi's new brother-in-law (Fred Testot) - a rich crime lord who only puts up with them because he is under the thumb of his new bride.
Needless to say, every time he gives them a job, they mess up in grand style while screaming blame at someone else.
The Misadventures of Hedi & Cokeman mock gay people, those of colour and anyone who is a bit different in its attempt to push comedy boundaries.
Its makers clearly think they are on the mark with these gags and the endless slapstick bloody violence, trips induced from drugs and neverending shouting.
I found them reprehensible, incredibly irritating and could not wait for the film to end.

Reasons to watch: If you into stoner comedies
Reasons to avoid: Infantile screeching

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: Yes
Overall rating: 1.5/10


Did you know? Julien Royal is the son of the former President of France 
François Hollande and his short films about Cokeman caused his father embarrassment.

The final word. Nassim Lyes: "It's humour in which we give ourselves liberties because now in 2021, everyone is afraid to say this or say that. We are in a world where everyone is afraid to make jokes." Rapunchline


 




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