All You Can Eat Buddha
Director: Ian Lagarde
Section: World Cinema
Country: Canada | Year: 2017
Language(s): French | Time: 85 mins
At an all-inclusive resort in the Carribean, Mike’s arrival complicates the normal flow of operations. His voracious appetite, mysterious magnetism, and unexpected miracles transform him into a curiosity. His new friends, who include a jealous salsa teacher and an enamoured octopus, accompany him in an extraordinary adventure.
Ian Lagarde entered films, at a young age, as an actor. He then directed several short films and a documentaries on America’s obsession with lush green lawns. Lagarde made his feature-film debut with the surrealistic social satire All You Can Eat Buddha (2017). Besides his award-winning work as filmmaker and screenwriter, he also works as a cinematographer.