In their whimsically funny films, Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon frequently invoke the spirits of Buster Keaton, Jacques Tati and other greats of visual comedy. Gordon stars as a gangly Canadian who journeys to Paris to assist her aunt Martha, only to discover that the elderly woman is missing. An oddly egotistical vagabond named Dom (Dominique Abel) offers Fiona help, whether she likes it or not, and the pair traverse Paris in inventive scenes of slapstick and dance. Aunt Martha is one of the final performances of Emmanuelle Riva (Hiroshima Mon Amour and Oscar nominee for Amour), and she seems to be having a ball shedding her serious side, particularly in a charming duet with veteran French comic Pierre Richard. In French with English subtitles. Writers/Directors: Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon. (France/Belgium 2016) 84 min.