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Yes, Something Huge is now available on French Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on March 21, 2018.

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Something Huge

Something Huge (2017)
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French Netflix Release: March 21, 2018
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Director(s): Carlo Padial


A director and a comedian want to shoot the "comedy of the future" and make cinema history, but soon run out of resources and run into mission creep. This is a film about comedy. Or maybe a film about making a film about comedy. With special effects and chroma keys.

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Berto Romero, Carolina Bang, Javier Botet, Carlos Areces, Miguel Noguera, Toni Sevilla

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