Holy Motors



A man named Oscar (Lavant) embodies ten different lives over the course of a day, seemingly bound by some form of obscure social contract to illumine the constant states of renewal, negotiation and narrative inherent to human identity. He is ferried by a chauffeur (Scob) to each of the “appointments”, which include begging, dancing, kidnapping, fatherhood, playing the accordion, stabbing a gangster that looks like him, shooting a banker that looks like the version of himself that left for work that morning, a deathbed performance, an assignation with a singing air hostess (Minogue) and, finally, an Apes as Human rendezvous with his own family.

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