YoYo (1965) Pierre Etaix
"AN EFFERVESCENT EPIC… tied to the eras of silent cinema, talking pictures and television. In a hilarious scene that evokes Pre-Code Hollywood, a flapper lasciviously unbuttons his spats while he puffs distractedly on a cigarette. YOYO celebrates true love and creative freedom. It’s also a valentine to cinema, incorporating allusions to the work of artists ranging from Groucho Marx to Federico Fellini."
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