Georges (Jean Dujardin) is travelling to a destination to meet a man who is selling a second-hand jacket made completely from Deerskin. When Georges meets the man and sees the jacket, he falls in love with it instantly. The jacket is in perfect condition and naturally, Georges must have it. He pays
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Georges (Jean Dujardin) is travelling to a destination to meet a man who is selling a second-hand jacket made completely from Deerskin. When Georges meets the man and sees the jacket, he falls in love with it instantly. The jacket is in perfect condition and naturally, Georges must have it. He pays $7,500 in cash for the jacket and as a gesture of goodwill, the man selling the jacket also give Georges a bonus video camera which he no longer uses. Georges accepts and drives away.
But when Georges’ bank accounts become blocked, Georges is his forced to stay in a hotel and scam his way into staying there as along as possible without paying. While staying in the hotel, he decides to even lie about his profession and claim to the people around him that he is a famous filmmaker making a new film in town.
But this movie gets even wilder when Georges begins to have discussions with his second-hand jacket to the point that Georges develops a type of split personality where one personality is Georges and the others is the Deerskin Jacket. Georges and his jacket share their dreams and goals with one another, questioning how nice it would it be if there was only one jacket in the world, and if it was worn by Georges. But how will they achieve these dreams together?
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