Feature Film Comedy
A rapper befriends a fridge in cheerful variation on Black Mirror, with the best sex scene of the year.
Jerem, a 30-something rapper, moves in with his grandma to write his first album. One day, researcher So convinces Jerem to try out Yves, a new kind of fridge equipped with artificial intelligence to make life easier. But Yves will soon influence the young man in unforeseen ways. Hip hop and fridge-fetish in cheerful variation on Black Mirror, with the best sex scene of the year.
Yves feels like an optimistic variation on a Black Mirror episode where there’s still a chance for cooperation and friendship between humans and our home appliances. Yves essentially starts taking over his music and his love interest. There may be nothing too deep about Yves, it’s light and enjoyable, with likable characters, engaging music and even a fridge you grow to cheer for. In addition to that, the various romances in the film work and it sports the best sex scene of the year. Yves is like a good pop song that makes you hum along all the way.
|Country||Frankrijk | France|
|Cast||William Lebghil, Doria Tiller, Philippe Katerine|