For my dissertation. I'm going for a more metaphysical rather than sci-fi genre approach to time travel, hence the inclusion…
Arthur is invited to a New Year's Eve party to celebrate the year 2000. His girlfriend Lucie would like a baby from him but he refuses. Through the ceiling of the toilets, he discovers a passage leading to this futurist Paris. There, he meets an old man Ako who affirms he is his son and that he wants to exist. Otherwise he will vanish into the air. Arthur is still hesitant because his life is an unfulfilled one: a has a little lucrative job, is uncertain about his future and things are getting out of hand when Ako discovers the passage and interferes in the party.
I usually find the exceptions and oddities in a director's filmography interesting. And a lot of well-known directors ventured into…
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Indulgent I know...