Even though I came to Paris in the city of longing, I was confined to the closet and traveling around the world because of something ………? The movie “My Wonderful Trip Closed in the Closet” is “Ikea’s Closet” An adventure group where the protagonist of the Indian youth travels around the world from Paris to Libya in a somewhat unusual way, based on Sadoo’s extraordinary trip “(Author: Roman Puerto Lazar)! Life, what happens Don’t know! Travel is life-changing? The adventures of adventure and destiny love, and the growth story of the protagonist, “Life, Bravo!” (11) “Life, Psycho!” (13) Director Ken Scott known It was created as a pop fable.
Danush, the star of India’s expectation, plays the protagonist, the Indian youth aja, who travels by a surprising means of transportation such as a closet. For him, who works as an actor, director, singer and producer, this work is his first star in an international collaborative work. In addition, the co-stars who surround him are also rich in international colors. Marie, who falls in love with Aja, is Erin Moriarty, who works in the United States, and Nellie, a famous movie star she encounters on the road, plays Berenice Bejo, who is born in Argentina and plays in France. Other actors from 15 countries, such as Burqad Abdi from Somalia and Gerard Juno from France. Of course, the location also crosses the border – Aja who flew from Mumbai, India is Paris → London → Spain → Rome → Libya! What is the final point of the journey of Aja? What’s important in your life? The best happy endings waiting at the end of a messy journey bring out the hearts of those who watch!
Romain Puértolas (born 1975) is a French author. He is most noted for the bestselling French novel The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe, which has been translated into English and has become an
international bestseller sold in over 30 other countries with 37 Language translations. The novel sold over 100,000 copies in France by August 2014 and topped French bestseller lists.In this wildly comedic romp around Europe, a fakir—and professional con artist—from rural India arrives in Paris with one goal: to visit IKEA. But his plan goes horribly awry when he climbs inside a wardrobe at the iconic Swedish retailer— the first in a series of missteps that will send him on a whirlwind tour across the continent.
As his journey progresses, the fakir finds unlikely friends in even unlikelier places. To his surprise, the stirrings of compassion well up in his heart, even as his adventures lead to meditations on the perils of immigration and the universal desire for a better life. Propelled by laughter, love, and, ultimately, redemption, The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe is a work of manic energy and biting social commentary, and a charmingly exuberant debut from an exciting new literary voice. It is the story of this ‘Fakir’ who falls in love and turns away from his life of deception that has seduced more than 500,000 readers in France and reached best-seller status in many countries, including Germany and Sweden, IKEA’s home country. It was published by Alfred A. Knopf in the US.
Youth Aja, who lives in Mumbai, has been alive since he was a young boy playing out magic shows such as air floating and illusion on the street. He often did stealing, but also to earn the cost of going to Paris to see a father he had never met. However, my mother is in the middle of a dream. Aja, with his mother’s ashes and passport, a counterfeit bill of 100 euros, decides to go from Mumbai to Paris to look for the father! shop. I used to look at furniture catalog magazines when I was young, and I was fascinated by colorful and stylish furniture. At that store, Aja meets a fateful encounter. I fell in love with Mary, an American woman who was coming to buy furniture! That night, Aja who can not sleep stays asleep in the closet in the furniture store … What! The closet is shipped to London at midnight. Furthermore, I was involved in an unintended event one after another, from Paris to London, Spain, Rome, Libya! Aja who meets people from various countries wherever I go. In Rome, she talks about dreams with the great actress Nelly, and in Libya, she challenges dangerous missions with friends she met in the refugee camp and boosts the lives of the people I met. And Aja himself also notices that this unexpected journey has changed her way of life significantly
Dhanush (born 28 July 1983), is an Indian film super star actor, director, producer, writer, lyricist, and playback singer best known for his work in Tamil cinema. Dhanush’s first film was Thulluvadho Ilamai, a 2002 coming-of- age film directed by his father, Kasthuri Raja. Over the next ten years, Dhanush has starred in over 25 films. Dhanush won the Best Actor award at the 58th National Film Awards for his performance in Aadukalam (2010). In 2011, Dhanush received international attention with his popular song “Why this Kolaveri Di”, which became the first Indian video song to cross 100 million views on YouTube.
Bérénice Bejo (born 7 July 1976) is a French Argentine actress who played Christiana in the 2001 film A Knight’s Tale and Peppy Miller in the 2011 film The Artist. Her performance in The Artist received critical acclaim, the César Award for Best Actress and several award nominations: the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture award, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Erin Moriarty (born June 24, 1994) is an American actress. Among her first notable roles were in the center of a love triangle with Nick Robinson and Gabriel Basso in The Kings of Summer, in The Watch as Vince Vaughn’s daughter and in Red Widow. She had a recurring role on season 1 of True Detective as Audrey Hart, the problem child of Woody Harrelson’s character and in season 1, of Jessica Jones, Moriarty played the critical role of a college student with a difficult life.
Barkhad Abdi (born April 10, 1985) is a Somali-American actor and director. He made his debut in the 2013 film Captain Phillips, for which he received various film award nominations, including the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, and BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, the latter of which he won. Barkhad plays the role of a Somalian refugee in The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir.
Gérard Jugnot (born 4 May 1951) is a French actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer. Jugnot was one of the founders of the comedy troupe Le Splendid in the 1970s, along with, among others, his highschool friends Christian Clavier, Thierry Lhermitte, and Michel Blanc. Jugnot gained international fame for his lead role in Les Choristes in which he played Clément Mathieu. The last movie he directed was C’est beau la vie quand on y pense (2017).
Ken Scott (born 1970 in Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian screenwriter, actor, director, and comedian. He is best known as a member of the comedy group Les Bizarroïdes with Martin Petit, Stéphane E. Roy and Guy Lévesque, and as screenwriter of the films Seducing Doctor Lewis, Guide de la petite vengeance, and Starbuck, as well as television series Le Plateau.
• Sticky Fingers (2009), director
• Starbuck (2011), director
• The Grand Seduction (2013), screenplay writer
• Delivery Man (2013), director
• Unfinished Business (2015), director
• Doctor Sleep (TBA), director
Scott won the Audience Award at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival for Seducing Doctor Lewis. He has been nominated for the Quebec film industry’s Prix Jutra and the National Genie Awards four times each; at both ceremonies, Scott and Petit won the 2012 awards for Best Original Screenplay for Starbuck.