A slacker from a Parisian housing project wakes up on a park bench in the middle of a commercial film shoot, gets mistaken for a gofer, and makes off with a van full of equipment because his pal is obsessed with making a movie. If that doesn't strain credibility enough, he and his two buddies torch the perfectly good vehicle, no one comes looking for the gear, and the cops never bust them for filming without a permit. Everything in this contrived comedy drama panders to budding cineasts, from the lead character's nickname (Kubrick) to the men's easy acquisition of a lab, a screening room, and some compliant babes. Luc Besson coproduced and Guy Jacques directed. In French with subtitles. 99 min.