On the occasion of the release of “Barbaque”, a genre film on hemoglobin, Fabrice Eboué returns without filter on veganism, self-censorship, black humor and his fight against political correctness.
The French comedy scene is a buoy in this sea of oil. But it is a trapped buoy. Assiduous slayer of political correctness, Fabrice Eboué lets go and plunges his head into the trash with “Barbaque”, his second film signed solo after the ecumenical “Coexist”.
The story of a couple of butchers (Eboué and Marina Foïs) who