Michel Gondry’s Acclaimed ‘Microbe & Gasoline’ Receives U.S. Trailer

Written by on May 6, 2016 


It’s been some time since a Michel Gondry-directed (fiction) feature really earned proper attention, which might explain why Microbe & Gasoline, very well-received though it may have been, didn’t stand out during its handful of fall festival appearances. But people did respond with kind words, in many instances calling it the man’s finest work since Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

Microbe & Gasoline has been picked up, albeit quietly, for a U.S. release, and so there is a domestic trailer. Showcasing the wild (but hopefully not too whimsical) adventures taken up by stars Ange Dargent and Théophile Baquet, it’s almost exactly how one would expect a comedic and foreign-language coming-of-age movie to be sold. Judging by the material and advance praise, this should make for a nice respite from the blockbuster glut.

Have a look at the preview (via Apple) and new poster (via Twitch):


Two young friends embark on a road trip across France in a vehicle they built themselves.

Microbe and Gasoline poster

Microbe & Gasoline will enter a limited release on July 1.

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