Adventure Begins in First Trailer For Michel Gondry’s ‘Microbe and Gasoil’

Written by on June 16, 2015 


Following up Mood Indigo, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind director Michel Gondry recently went back to work, crafting his next film, Microbe and Gasoil, and today brings the first trailer. The drama stars two young newcomers in the lead roles (Ange Dargent and Théophile Baquet), who are joined by Audrey Tatou (Amelie). The story follows the two boys who decide to build their own car and road trip across France without their parents.

Although the trailer is only in French, it’s clear to see the inventiveness that’s become customary in the world of Gondry, with the two newcomers seemingly fitting perfectly his universe. Check it out below, along with a batch of new images and the poster, for the film hitting theaters on July 8th in France and currently seeking U.S. distribution.

Update: See the English subtitled version below.

Microbe is a shy child, often immersed in his drawings. Gasoil, inventive and cheeky boy, was parachuted during the year in its class. Immediately a deep friendship develops between them. As the summer holidays approach, the two friends did not want to spend two months with their families. Using a motor mower and a few wooden boards, they begin to make their own “car” and go on an adventure on the roads of France …












Microbe and Gasoil hits theaters on July 8th in France and is seeking U.S. distribution.

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